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An Enterprise as a House, Not a Silo: Why Executives Must Start From the Top Down With an Architect and a Budget
Posted 27 January 2017 9:00 AM by Allison J. Walton

An open concept plan connecting finance to Information Governance for enterprise-wide efficiency.

Moving from content, to insight, to foresight - at the speed of Google
Posted 6 January 2017 9:00 AM by Scott Mackey

SVP Customer Success and Marketing Scott Mackey discusses where we are on the spectrum of full, and magical, automation & how Google will certainly remain at the forefront.

5 Ways the Content Industry Will Be Turned Upside Down in 2017
Posted 16 December 2016 8:30 AM by Scott Mackey

As we celebrate the holiday season and reflect on the past, it’s also intriguing to look forward into next year and wonder what changes, disruptions, and new inventions will shape the market. In the enterprise technology market anything can happen.

The ever evolving world of content management – according to Gartner
Posted 12 December 2016 9:00 AM by Roger Beharry Lall

As we all know, the Enterprise Content Management market is changing. It’s no longer good enough to simply provide the infrastructure – it’s imperative that organizations can derive business value from content.

Structured, unstructured, and everything in between
Posted 9 December 2016 9:00 AM by Roger Beharry Lall

Following up on Rupin’s recent blog post on unstructured content and the nomenclature challenges thereof, I thought I’d dig a little bit deeper and add some more confusion to an already muddy topic.  So certainly, as Rupin pointed out, we know what structured content is truly all about: it’s your SQL bound data sets that live in organized systems like ERP. It’s easily extracted, organized, and ripe for analytics.  Unstructured on the other hand, refers ...

Is your structured content actually an unstructured challenge?
Posted 7 December 2016 9:30 AM by Rupin Mago

Recently I was talking to a customer in the Life Sciences industry, who said they wanted to find a way to handle all of their “structured” (sic) data. I asked them what kind of content was their priority, and they said things like lab test results, SMPCs, and FDA submissions. Having worked in the content management field for a while, these kinds of documents were known to me as unstructured content – certainly not structured!  So why the confusion?   The cust...

The Relationship Between Law and Information Governance
Posted 5 December 2016 9:00 AM by Allison J. Walton

California, like all states, is undergoing a wave of new regulatory requirements that make access to their information critical. An age long tension that we see with governmental data is that in theory, the data is the property of the public. However, there must also be a balance with the government’s ability to redact information for privacy and public policy purposes. The production of data to the public and for a public records request and/or litigation is always fraught with this ten...

The Insurance business is primed for (digital) transformation
Posted 30 November 2016 1:00 PM by Saood Javed

I was at the ACORD 2016 conference earlier this month, and I have to say I went expecting to hear stories about lots of people struggling with how much unstructured data their organization has, and how hard it was to find. I was not disappointed. Everyone was talking about data challenges, and many of them felt the key to their success or failure hinged on being able to access their organization’s unstructured content. Data accessibility and credibility are essential to providing a w...

Documentum – End of Life for ADTS Dec 31, 2016 – Remove the risk of unreliable content transformation services
Posted 29 November 2016 9:00 AM by TSG

We continue to work with customers who have grave concerns over the Dec. 31 End of Service of Advanced Document Transformation Service in EMC Documentum. For compliance reasons alone, they can’t do without the supported Advanced Rendering technology they’ve relied on for years and the risks are huge. Our partner, TSG, outlines some key customer findings and highlights the differences between the new transformation engine being used by Documentum (CTS) and the former ADTS (provided by Adlib).

Content Management Chaos? Adlib has your back.
Posted 29 November 2016 8:30 AM by Scott Mackey

In the chaotic world of content it's nice to know there are trusted vendors you can rely on. It’s hard enough to grasp the myriad challenges you face when dealing with content. As noted by others it is your content that is sacred, not the systems you use to manage it. ECM market consolidation With the recently announced acquisition of Documentum by Open Text there were new concerns introduced to the market. Questions we hear being asked include: What is the future roa...

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