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Latest data, trends, and statistics on content management and social business, scanning, BPM, SharePoint and ECM from AIIM President John Mancini -- home of "8 things" and #OccupyIT



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On the #AIIM14 #InfoChaos Hot Seat -- Sean Nathaniel from @UplandSoftware

Fri, 14 Feb 2014 08:52:00 -0500

As we start to think about #AIIM14, Here are the three questions I'm asking all the sponsors... What are the three most important business problems related to Information Chaos facing YOUR customers? What do you see as the three most important trends related to Information Chaos facing organizations over the next 18-24 months? What will be different in our industry two years from now? What are the three most important things attendees should know about your company? So here goes short interview #3, with Sean Nathaniel, VP of Technology at Upland Software and General Manager of FileBound by Upland. What are the three most important business problems related to Information Chaos facing YOUR customers? The legacy solutions are not solving the content chaos, they are contributing to it. When software is hard to use or not made accessible to everyone in the organization, users will work around it. Content chaos can only be controlled by strong, flexible and agile workflow to process the content. Our customers not only want superior workflow functionality to ensure process consistency and efficiency, they also need to be able to react quickly to market changes or changes in how the business operates. And they need...



On the #AIIM14 #InfoChaos Hot Seat -- John Newton from @Alfresco

Thu, 13 Feb 2014 17:39:22 -0500

As we start to think about #AIIM14, I thought I would ask a number of our sponsors a few identical questions and put them on a bit of a hot seat with regards to how they see the future -- and let attendees start thinking about your own questions to ask them in Orlando. Here are the three questions I'm asking: What are the three most important business problems related to Information Chaos facing YOUR customers? What do you see as the three most important trends related to Information Chaos facing organizations over the next 18-24 months? What will be different in our industry two years from now? What are the three most important things attendees should know about your company? So here goes short interview #2, with John Newton from Alresco (and immediate past chair of AIIM): What are the three most important business problems related to Information Chaos facing YOUR customers? How do we control information flowing out of the business into internet sites? How do we modernize and replace our old proprietary vendor stack? How do we securely on-board employees with their mobile devices, particularly BYOD? What do you see as the three most important trends related...



The 3 Disrupters that are Driving the Era of #InfoChaos

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 17:47:25 -0500

In my previous post -- Welcome to the Era of #InfoChaos: How Will Your Organization Adjust? -- I discussed the colliding forces of Information Opportunity and Information Chaos. In this post, I want to discuss how we wound up in this strange place of incredible opportunity and risk. I believe there are three major disruptors that are simultaneously colliding to transform the world as we know it. Consumerization -- transforming what users expect from applications. Mobile and Cloud -- leading to an expectation of anywhere, anytime access. Changing Nature of Work -- forcing organizations to think flat and agile, not hierarchical and slow.



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  • Poking at the Soft Underbelly of Social Media - Digital Landfill
    Let's start thinking systematically about how we should manage and govern and retain all of this ephemeral content. Let's start thinking about how our old system of records definitions need to change. Let's understand that there are risks in just winging it. Let's get on with implementing social technologies, but responsibly.
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  • 8 Reasons why Santa Claus Needs Cloud-Based Document Management - Digital Landfill
    In an interview with Santa (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loECb-bkiQY), today's guest blogger KnowledgeTree identified 8 reasons why Santa needs document management in the cloud. 1 -- Reduction in Paper. Santa receives millions and millions of letters each year and has always done his part when it comes to recycling. However, an online document management system that accepts uploaded letters and stores emails will take Santa’s green initiatives one step further by eliminating the need for paper altogether. The cumulative impact on reducing global warming will make the polar bears very happy! 2 -- Elimination of IT Infrastructure. Winter temperatures at the North Pole average around −30 °F. The brutal cold wreaks havoc on Santa’s existing data center. Where most servers need to be kept cool to operate efficiently, Santa’s servers need to be kept warm — at considerable cost. With a cloud-based DMS, Santa can reduce his energy costs, avoid technology obsolescence, and reduce the support burden on his IT elves. 3 -- Accessibility of Documents. Although Santa stays close to home for much of the time, he has a killer travel schedule one night a year. Rather than having to pop in to a FedEx/Kinkos to receive a fax on Christmas Eve,...
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