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May 7 2015
Not so many years ago, when you asked about enterprise content management (ECM), it was common to hear the words, “ECM is nice, but I do not consider it to be mission critical like my finance or... View More
July 2 2014
After years of consulting, I have learned that the biggest problem we face when looking at implementing a document management system is the status quo. People, whether happy with existing technology or... View More
Nov. 4 2014
All organizations have a strategy. It defines their reason for being and what they plan to accomplish in the long term. It is generally divided into five sections: 1. Mission 2. Vision 3. Values 4. Objectives... View More
March 17 2015
We have recently seen explosive changes in the healthcare industry. With governmental legislation, healthcare went from being an industry with a built-in customer base to one in which hospitals, insurances... View More
Jan. 15 2015
As we welcome a new year, you may be thinking about new funding and new projects. It may be time to tackle that growing storeroom of paper files or that growing debate about getting rid of the shared drive,... View More
Jan. 5 2015
In October, I wrote about the IDC Print and Document Management (PDM) MaturityScape. The IDC MaturityScape provides a model that enables an organization to assess its print and document management maturity,... View More
April 8 2015
Kaspar Roos, Director for InfoTrends’ Customer Engagement Technology service, will be speaking at the DOCUMENT Strategy Forum, taking place May 12-14, 2015 in Greenwich, CT. Roos will present on... View More
Aug. 7 2014
In my travels, I have often been told how complex enterprise content management (ECM) is to understand and implement. I find this somewhat curious and disconcerting. Perhaps this is due to my longevity... View More
March 27 2014
Technology has been both a boon and a bane to large corporations. On the one hand, it has helped them move massive amounts of information to evermore people. On the other, it has created a monster they... View More
Nov. 26 2013
Digital and machine-generated content is driving extreme data growth. A recent Microsoft survey of 282 US IT decision-makers found that 32% expect the amount of data they store to double over the next... View More
Dec. 4 2014
Content marketing continues to be a hot topic in the marketing world. While the term can mean many things to many people, we’ll take the word of industry expert and founder of the Content Marketing... View More
May 28 2014
The term silo has become something of a stop word; a term that when we hear it or read it, we almost begin to lose concentration (or for that matter, consciousness) from what other part of the message... View More
Sept. 30 2014
Global reputation management across borders in 2014 is where local reputation management with multiple stakeholders was in the late 1990s. For leading multinationals, it will get harder before it gets... View More
Oct. 22 2014
If you are not a believer in the 100% paperless office, how about taking steps towards achieving a paper-light office? I know based on my first-hand experience that organizations can successfully create... View More
June 26 2014
Building and protecting the company’s reputation is a growing concern for CEOs and board of directors. More and more, stakeholders influence your business success, and with social media, it has become... View More
March 4 2015
Project management has been described to be both an art and a science. The science part is easy. The typical project manager tracks numbers and statistics for a week and regurgitates the information to... View More
Feb. 23 2015
OK, so you’ve gotta do a request for proposal (RFP). Here’s how to reduce the pain and increase the value of the information you gain from the RFP process. Two years ago, I wrote a post for... View More
Jan. 28 2015
Another new year has begun, and I’m faced with the trade-off between making predictions for 2015 and taking stock of things in my life as they sit today. While, certainly, I’d much rather look... View More
Aug. 27 2009
The saying, "Change is hard," might be a cliché, but, nonetheless, it's very true. The market has taken a battering that has left most of us wondering where it all went wrong. Though the official... View More
Aug. 26 2009
While it is sometimes called the "soft" side of change, managing the people side of a corporate transition is often the most challenging and critical component of an organizational transformation. Take... View More