The way enterprises create and consume content is changing and organizations need to rethink enterprise content management strategies and solutions to build more effective systems.
First, content creation and consumption is no longer limited to application boundaries, as Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and Business Process Automation is increasingly connecting content repositories and systems. Second, content creation and consumption is also no longer limited to enterprise boundaries with data increasingly shared by partners, suppliers, and customers through new devices. Third, the constant drive for increased productivity is accelerating investments in content discovery and content re-purposing. Lastly, the magnitude of content managed by the typical enterprise is growing exponentially.
Developing an effective enterprise content management strategy in the context of these changes requires organizations to understand the history of enterprise content management, key technological advancements, and primary business drivers that will propel next generational enterprise content management solutions.
The first article in a series on designing and building next generational enterprise content management solutions was recently published on
The article, Evolution of Enterprise Content Management provides the historical context, driving factors, and cornerstone strategic components for an effective strategy. Subsequent articles in the series will focus on specific design principles and strategies to build these next generation solutions. Stay tuned!
Many colleagues and friends recently asked “What are plans are for TechKnowledge Tree?” TechKnowledge Tree is my new website for technology professionals. The website contains professionally written articles with a target audience that includes technology executives, managers, developers, designers, and technical leaders.
I thought I would share a little about my goals and intentions for the website. The website is still in the early stages, stay tuned!
We decided to launch the website with a focus on underserved content areas and technology that promises to revolutionize the industry. Our goals for the next few months are:
- Add relevant and valuable content
We have many articles in the pipeline, but we will publish articles only when they are ready. We don’t want another blog site or “low value content” that is rapidly produced. The Internet is full of those websites. We would rather focus on key areas.
2. Add new authors
We will be adding new authors in the next few months. Authors and content will be carefully selected. Authors will be subject matter experts in specific areas.
3. Build awareness and brand recognition of the new website
We will be leveraging social media, organic search traffic, and other promotional channels to drive awareness.
My company is launching a new website for technology professionals: http://www.techknowledgetree.com/
The website contains professionally written articles on Cloud Computing, Information Management, User Experience, and Web Technologies. We will continually expand the knowledge base with new content and authors.
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