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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. […]

ECM at the Crossroads: Documentum Survey Results

A version of his post first appeared in CMSWire earlier this year. […]

Information Management Basics at DSF ‘18

Information management and governance is a constantly changing field. Here, in the first two days of the conference, we’re producing a track and presenting sessions that cover the most up-to-date... […]

Can You Execute Your ECM Strategy on Box?

Box is making headways as an enterprise ECM system. Everyone knows that Box isn’t just a sync and share system. We also know that most organizations use and own more than one ECM system. […]

Fixing the Marketing Content Lifecycle: Part 2 - Address the Challenges

In Part 1 of this series, I reviewed many of the challenges that organizations (particularly financial services firms) are facing regarding managing the content associated with their marketing... […]

Fixing the Marketing Content Lifecycle: Part 1 - Understand the Challenges

I’ve been looking at how organizations in the financial services sector can improve their marketing content lifecycle, (how they create, manage, and deploy their marketing content, and how they... […]

IBM Think 2018 Preview: Automating Content Services

Lane Severson contributed to this post. […]

Video: Intergenerational Wealth Management Approach—How to Retain Management

As baby-boomers age, their wealth is being transferred to members of the next generation. In this video, Rich Medina outlines the challenges financial services firms face as they figure out how to... […]

Can EFSS Become the New ECM? A Look at Three Leading Players

This is the final post of my series on electronic file sync and share (EFSS) applications, those increasingly popular tools for content management, document sharing, and collaboration. This time I’ll... […]