Category: Content Management

Content management (CM) is a set of processes and technologies that supports the collection, managing, and publishing of information in any form or medium. When stored and accessed via computers, this information may be more specifically referred to as digital content, or simply as content.
Content management can also be described as the process for collection, delivery, retrieval, governance and overall management of information in any format. The term is typically used in reference to administration of the digital content life cycle, from creation to permanent storage or deletion. The content involved may be images, video, audio and multimedia as well as text.
Therefore, within this topic, we offer a vast amount of information from the basics of version history to Principles and Concepts of Information.

How to Improve SharePoint Search with Best Bets in SharePoint 2010
How to Improve SharePoint Search with Best Bets in SharePoint 2010
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SharePoint has become an integral part of many enterprise content management solutions, with a reported adoption rate of 78% percent of Fortune 500 companies as of this writing. The software is attractive due to its clean UI, collaboration tools, seamless integration with Microsoft Office, and the ability it gives IT administrators to deploy and securely manage intranet, extranet and Internet sites from one centralized platform.

Storage Optimisation for SharePoint
Storage Optimisation for SharePoint
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Sarju Raja, VP EMEA, AvePoint, outlines some key considerations for SharePoint storage to ensure that all business objectives can be met without breaking the bank.

The amount of data businesses are required to store is growing at an exponential rate. In fact, a study released by research firm IDC, “Extracting Value from Chaos,” states the world’s data is doubling every two years. This rapid growth of data certainly applies to organisations utilising Microsoft SharePoint, and is driving a growing need for an effective storage infrastructure that must fulfil several important needs: support scalability, offer simple and robust management capabilities, and can’t break the ba