A Content Management System is a computer software system for organizing and facilitating collaborative creation of documents and other content. A content management system is sometimes a web application used for managing websites and web content, though in many cases, content management systems require special client software for editing and constructing articles.
IBM® Operational Decision Manager Advanced brings together data from different sources to recognize meaningful trends and patterns. It empowers business users to define, manage and automate repeatable operational decisions. As a result, organizations can create and shape customer-centric business moments.
Delivering great content is often the biggest stumbling block to effective learning in many organizations. A sensible content strategy can help any organization jump-start, rebuild, or enhance its learning initiatives.
Cornerstone is among the world’s most powerful talent management platforms. But you’ll benefit from molding and shaping it to meet your unique needs and ensure you optimally deploy, integrate, and manage your TMS or LMS.
This SlashGuide discusses the results of a recent Slashdot Media survey that looks at the challenges facing developers today, how the primary development target is evolving, and how strategies are changing to embrace public, private, and hybrid-Cloud models.
Respondents to the survey were asked four questions regarding their challenges in development and their needs regarding infrastructure and PaaS. Here are the results.
Watch this webinar to learn about the top five trends in information governance including how sustainable IG programs align to corporate objectives, cloud adoption in the early stages and analytics provide fresh insights for governance and continuous improvement.
Watch this webinar to learn how to define information governance, find out what have been the three biggest issues with creating an information governance policy, the operational benefits of information governance. and more!
Organizations today are increasingly concerned with protecting themselves from risk: ensuring their information is secure and audited, their intellectual property is not lost or compromised, their processes are defensible, and their data is discoverable. Information that is not in this condition becomes a threat to the organization.
See how VOITH enabled the efficient exchange of information without compromising security policies by implementing an information governance system.
Today, many organizations are struggling with overwhelming amounts of information in different formats—across business systems such as SAP®, Oracle®, and Microsoft®, and from sources both inside and outside the enterprise. An agile enterprise content management (ECM) solution like OpenText Content Suite helps control the explosive growth of information across your organization, ensuring compliance, minimizing the costs and risks associated with unmanaged content meanwhile empowering users to harvest its value for competitive advantage.
Information Governance is about getting information to where it needs to be, faster and safer, so that maximum value can be achieved from this information with minimal risk.
Download to learn how Information Governance is not just about complying with regulations and minimizing risk,
however, it’s about maximizing the value of the information to create a good, profitable business.
What’s in a name? When it first came into vogue a few years ago, “information governance” (IG) was often considered to be just an updated form of records management (RM), extended to take account of the US legal discovery rules. If all electronically stored information can be requested prior to a court case, not just content that has been specifically declared as a record, then work-in-progress, content on laptops and mobiles, back-ups, and, in particular, email archives, are all discoverable, and need to be “governed”.
In this report, OpenText takes an in-depth look at information governance policies, privacy and records management issues, policy enforcement, and how well technology can set or correct metadata, detect security risks, and enforce deletion policies.
Faced with a constantly growing volume of information, organizations today are realizing they need the right strategy to manage and protect their assets. The goal of Information Governance is to effectively use and manage assets to derive maximum value, while minimizing informationrelated risks and costs. But precisely what kind of value can you expect from an Information Governance strategy?
Download this brief to learn how Information Governance (IG) provides business leaders with a grounding in the fundamentals of IG and how it should affect business, legal, and IT strategy including a sample framework that involves creating a foundation, implementation, remediation, and continuous improvement.
Organizations today are facing an explosion of content both inside and outside the firewall. By understanding and categorizing information, organizations can ensure they keep and utilize high-value information and defensibly delete transient, low-value information. Business leaders can drive operational efficiencies by ensuring that critical information is available, utilized in key business processes, and transparently managed to reduce infrastructure costs.
See how Sprint improved its access to enterprise records, giving employees the ability to create, classify, manage, and retrieve content.
Using productivity tools for requirements management is like using a hammer to open a bottle. It gets the job done, but at what cost? IBM Rational DOORS NG offers effective requirements management capabilities by including the ability to capture relationships and manage dependencies.
Video is already being utilized in most enterprises to some extent. The era of pervasive video has arrived, and with it the need to manage video holistically across the enterprise and throughout its lifecycle. Developing a proper strategy for management and governance can yield a competitive advantage especially when it is focused on key business outcomes.
Modern business ecosystems need to rethink their approach to innovation and integration. This book is your guide to applying the power of APIs to business challenges ranging from changing business models to embracing a world of devices and sensors.
Before you write a single word, you must build a home and create a vision for your content strategy. Skyword’s “Getting Started With Content Marketing” eBook leads by example, showing you exactly how to create identity in writing branded content, with real-life examples from our own launch of The Content Standard. Download it today to get started!
What good is content strategy without the creative talent to execute it? Don’t be fooled into thinking pieces will fall into place in content strategy; in order for you to see the results you want, you must invest in high-quality talent to help move your storytelling forward. This eBook will focus on finding the right content creators to help power your content marketing machine. Broken into three sections, you’ll learn how we recruited contributors for The Content Standard, defined two types of writers you can partner with, and how to on-board that team for a shared mission. Learn how to effectively recruit subject matter experts and influencers to drive digital content creation.
Eventually, you’ll want to move your content strategy past awareness-driven content creation and start converting leads. To show meaningful content ROI, you must have a framework in place to create a diverse array of custom content, and this free eBook will give you the tools and strategy to get started. Download it today!
Not storing data is cheaper than storing it. As enterprise data continues to grow and IT budgets remain flat, organizations need to more effectively maximize existing storage capacity and manage storage spend based on data value. In this white paper, Enterprise Strategy Group Sr. Analyst Mark Peters demonstrates how IBM's Information Lifecycle Governance solutions can help IT buyers improve the information economics for their organizations by curtailing data growth through defensible disposal of data.