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The Enterprise Content Management Playbook For 2019

The ECM Playbook Is Your Guide To A Rejuvenated Program Strategy

Enterprise content management (ECM) continues to evolve, driven by new use cases and platforms. Rapid change in the technology and competitive landscape complicates businesses' objectives to grow...

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  • Report Four Questions Guide Web Mobile Content Management Plans

    November 21, 2011 | Stephen Powers

    As consumers access online content on more devices — computers, smartphones, tablets, TVs, eReaders, and even gaming consoles — managing and delivering digital content has grown exponentially more...

  • Report TechRadar™ For Content & Collaboration Professionals: Enterprise Video, Q1 2011

    Tools To Manage And Deliver Video Are Growing; Videoconferencing Makes A Comeback
    January 21, 2011 | Philipp Karcher

    Enterprises increasingly use video in a wide range of use cases, changing how they collaborate, issue communications, train their employees, and even talk to customers. But the transformational...

  • Report The Best And Worst Of Site Search 2010

    January 26, 2010 | Leslie Owens

    Forrester reviewed the search functionality on the corporate Web sites of the top 50 US companies according to revenue. Almost all of the search engines executed queries very quickly, but the...

  • Report Why You Need Enterprise Strategy For Desktop Search

    July 25, 2008 | Leslie Owens

    Information workers waste a lot of time searching for information that they already have. The daily torrent of email, calendar entries, tasks, notifications, and documents means that even the most...

  • Report Executive Q&A: Social Tagging For eBusiness

    Answers To eBusiness Professionals' Common Questions About Social Tagging
    September 28, 2007 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Social tagging, a way for consumers to label and search for products and content on the Web, is now cropping up on mainstream eBusiness sites across industries, including retail, travel, financial...