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Lane Severson

Lane Severson
I’m a Practice Leader, managing relationships with Doculabs’ West Coast clients to improve information management and security.

Five Enterprise Content Management Trends in 2019: Focus on RPA, Collaboration, Information Security, Intelligent Capture and the future of IBM and OpenText

It’s 2019. According to Gartner, enterprise content management has been dead for nearly two years. IBM took second to OpenText in Gartner's most recent Magic Quadrant. IBM has been crying “foul”... […]

Interview: The Nuxeo Take on Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence

A longer version of this post first appeared in CMSWire. This is the second of a two-part interview with Chris McLaughlin, the chief marketing officer at Nuxeo, a content services platform provider.... […]

We Need a Cross-Functional Approach to Digital Transformation

When I was a graduate student at Notre Dame, I was shocked by the lack of interdisciplinary knowledge among my professors. I soon discovered that it wasn’t just a problem in my program of study.... […]

Vendor Review: Alfresco ECM

There are plenty of options these days when it comes to ECM solutions. But if you haven’t looked at Alfresco recently, you might be surprised at how far along the solution has come. And you might be... […]

Interview: How OpenText ECM Extends Content Services into Business Processes

A longer version of this Q&A, with OpenText's Muhi Majzoub first appeared in CMSWire. […]

Interview: Nuxeo and The Transformation of Content Services

A longer version of this Q&A first appeared in CMSWire.This is the first of a two-part interview with Chris McLaughlin, the chief marketing officer at Nuxeo, a content services platform provider.... […]

Interview: IBM, the Future of ECM and Placing Content in the Hands of the User

A longer version of this post first appeared in CMSWire. […]

Will Digital Transformation Destroy the Concept of Content?

Digital Transformation redefines the concept of content. What does it mean when you apply Digital Transformation to the content management space? You may be shocked, but one of the most important... […]

Why Steve Jobs Was Wrong about Consulting

Steve Jobs was famous for panning the consulting industry. He wasn't always right. There are lots of consultants that provide value to their clients. […]