Content is at the center of every customer touchpoint and every collaborative interaction. As the demand for more content and myriad types of content has grown, enterprises must be able to manage its full end-to-end journey by ensuring that it is secure yet accessible, no matter where it may reside. To keep up with the demand for content - especially in sales and marketing - automated and predictive capabilities, such as automated document generation and predictive search, will be the new way forward.
How will content management technologies and architectures evolve?
What criteria should you use to evaluate content management providers?
Summary: The Content Management market is undergoing a significant shift as the need to leverage content in real-time for business processes becomes even more critical. This Research Note identifies the five key reasons enterprises should be migrating their ECM Systems to the Cloud.
Summary: The Content Management market is undergoing a significant shift as the need to leverage content in business processes has become more critical. This research note provides an update on the trends in Content Management and identifies 4 Hot Vendors who are making a difference in this market.
Summary: Mobile Content Management (MCM) is being recognized as one of the ‘go-to’ applications that helps enterprise share information faster, both inside and outside of the enterprise. Our Globe for Mobile Content Management, 2016 evaluates 17 providers in the MCM market.
Summary: The push to keep business processes completely digital has both transformative and disruptive business potential, and DTM is one of the enablers to make this happen. This report features 43 technology profiles that are split between the emerging, adopting, and mature arcs.
This Blog could be titled “The End of the LMS” and it wouldn’t be far from the truth. The demand by end users for better and faster access to learning content is fueling a new generation of Learning Providers. This blog discusses the focus on compelling and just-in-time content.
At BoxWorks, Box touted its new features and additions, such as the adding on of secure content management capabilities including 3D images, 360 images, and video. But the notable takeaway from the event is a not so subtle change in what Box is doing. Box is aiming to be a digital destination.
Hot off the heels of Dell Technologies officially buying EMC on September 7th, OpenText announced it was buying the Enterprise Content Division of Dell Technologies, formerly known as Documentum. This blog is about the winners and losers in this deal.
Microsoft recently introduced a mobile app it calls Sprightly. The Microsoft Sprightly App enables marketers of all levels to quickly design and market their catalogs, e-cards, price lists, and flyers – all on a mobile device. As a marketer myself, I decided to give the Sprightly App a try to see what all the hype was about.