There has been a revolution brewing in the content management industry. Organizations had spent three decades building out “Systems of Record” to document who did what to whom, when, and in what context. However, the advent of Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS) in 2007 and the invasion of consumer technologies into the enterprise have created far-reaching implications for how organizations use and deploy technology.
The sudden “consumer" play in the document/content space has meant that new volume operations players have had a very different financial model than those from the complex systems world. The webinar will present the latest thoughts from AIIM & Workshare on the future of content management.
On December 13 at 10:00 a.m. EST / 3:00 p.m. GMT, Workshare is co-hosting a webinar with the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), the global community of information professionals, to discuss the future of content management. The webinar, based on recent AIIM work that laid out a new vision for the industry and for enterprise IT, focuses on the “controlled collision” between Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement.
This webinar will detail what enterprises can expect from the content management industry and open discussion with industry leaders as well as provide practical next steps that organizations can take. Workshare’s Ali Moinuddin, Chief Marketing Officer, Workshare’s Dave Ewart, Senior Director of Product Marketing, and AIIM’s John Mancini, President at AIIM International, will discuss:
- How to connect consumer and cloud systems to existing back-end systems.
- How to minimize risk when implementing social and cloud technologies in the organization.
- How to allow employees to use their own devices to access corporate systems without losing control.
To join the webinar visit http://www.aiim.org/Events/Webinars/20121213-webinar-EU
If you can’t make it, you’ll be able to download the webinar starting Monday, December 17.