From creation to collaboration, publication, and retirement, how do you manage the lifecycle of content in Office 365? While the tools available in Office 365 have added value to this process, they have also created new complexities around governance, security, compliance, and knowledge management.
Enterprise content management systems have truly changed the way organizations work. The big players—IBM FileNet, Microsoft SharePoint and OpenText—have in many ways transformed day-to-day document-centric processes, helping to automate tedious manual tasks and increase business efficiency. Still, something is missing; we haven’t quite achieved panacea … yet. The ECM enterprise features—scalability, high availability, fault tolerance,… READ MORE
To truly understand what people are talking about when discussing the transformation to a digital workplace, we first need to define the term a “digital workplace”. Although opinions on the term differ, in general a digital workplace is an environment where employees are able to access and deliver the right information to the right person… READ MORE
In the recent years, SharePoint online has fast emerged as a leading Content Services platform. This presents an excellent Digital transformation with SharePoint opportunity for enterprises looking to move their on-premise ECM systems on to the Cloud. However, enterprises who are currently invested in Non-Microsoft ECM systems face some challenges in adopting SharePoint online. For… READ MORE
A major challenge in businesses is a misconception, that data is 100% secure concerning any part of its data processing within that business. This data processing concerns the content management lifecycle; from creation, to storage, to distribution, to workflow and eventually archive of that data. The misconception? “Security Breach? Its not going to happen to… READ MORE
Oh February, you were a blur of activity. From a blog and travel perspective, it was fairly tame – but don’t let the low quantity mask the depth and impact of what I have been working on. After doing some serious mileage in January, February was about developing content for a couple of the recurring themes you’ll see from me this year – and one of those themes being my topic for the SharePoint Conference last week in Las Vegas: developing your cloud strategy. – See more at: http://www.buckleyplanet.com/#sthash.fBPt9aRy.dpuf
There are few ways in SP2013 that support and enhance search driven content and centrally managed navigation across the farm