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Enterprise Collaboration Tools a 'Must' For Business Success

AIIM lede.jpgMost organizations see collaboration as crucial to their success, but nearly two-thirds of those organizations feel confused about the dovetailing of collaboration and social tools.

And while document and content sharing outside the firewall is considered a necessary evil, many onsite systems have been secured against access to outside systems, forcing business workers to rely on unsecured file sharing systems.

These results and more from recent AIIM research points to a C-Suite that favors collaboration, but puts many obstacles in the way to achieving it.

Businesses Should Manage Records - Not 'Keep Everything'

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Many businesses claim they have been busy over the past two years developing and implementing records and information management strategies. But scratch the surface and you find many of those strategies aren't especially effective.

Blame a lack of employee engagement, a lack of commitment at the management level and the absence of meaningful ways to measure the strengths and weaknesses of these efforts.

What You Should Know About DocuSign's Integration with Office365

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DocuSign is bringing its electronic signature apps to Office 365. While it’s not a game-changer for Microsoft given Office 365’s traction in the enterprise, it will likely create heightened interest among businesses that might normally have an aversion to cloud computing.

Most business deals that are done through the cloud also need to be signed off with an e-signature cloud application like DocuSign or Adobe’s EchoSign app for Reader — a fact often overlooked.

A Look Back : A Mobile, Cloudy World for Document Management in 2013

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Looking back over the year in document management, one thing stands out. And that is that organizations still appear to be struggling under the weight of paper despite developments in enterprise technologies that should make managing all that information a lot easier. 

In fact, the view from December 2013 is much the same as the view was in December 2012, with some subtle but notable changes. The first of those changes is the growing importance of mobile, while the second is the demand for agile products that can respond to changing market conditions quickly.

SharePoint 2013 Success Barriers Call for Governance Actions

document management, SharePoint 2013 Success Barriers Call for Governance ActionsThe AIIM report on SharePoint 2013 sings a familiar tune: people have security concerns with SharePoint in the cloud; people consider SharePoint as a platform for building a comprehensive content management system and records management system; Microsoft’s three-year upgrade cycle has caused many companies to have multiple versions of SharePoint which has added IT support issues. 

We know some are not happy with SharePoint, and AIIM reported this last year, too.

So the question remains -- what to do about these concerns?

AIIM: Paperless Office Still A Pipe Dream As Mobile Capture Market Gets Set To Explode

Document Management: AIIM: Paperless Office Still A Pipe Dream As Mobile Capture Market Gets Set To ExplodeDespite the growing number of technologies that facilitate easy, secure document capture using centralized, disparate and even mobile devices, the move towards the paperless office and processes is tediously slow. According to new research from AIIM, only 5% of the processes that could feasibly cut paper out of the workflow in paper-intensive organizations have been put in place. 

AIIM: Enterprise Content Management at a Crossroads as Content Chaos Reigns

The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) space is shifting again. Research just published by AIIM shows that enterprises are still looking for a one-system-fits-all approach, even if the evidence shows that information consumers are accessing data in numerous ways that traditional ECM deployments are finding difficult to cope with. Content chaos, it seems, still haunts enterprises.

AIIM Research Shows Shortcomings in Records Management, Risk, Information Governance Practices

The paperless office appears further away than ever before. According to recent research from AIIM we are using more paper records than ever before, there are still significant problems capturing and storing information for records and, even worse, senior management is sticking its head in the sand and ignoring the inherent risks in these practices.

The Big Data Skills Set Conundrum: 4 Human Elements that Can Aid in Resolution

We talk often about big data and big data technologies. However, in all the discussion around the best deployments and the best enterprise strategies, the human element in the equation is often overlooked. In the introduction to the AIIM Executive Leadership Council’s examination of this problem, John Mancini and Thorton May argue that this needs to be addressed in order for enterprises to achieve an acceptable level of ROI with their big data deployments.

New AIIM Report Finds 'Perfect Storm' Benefitting Information Professionals

A “perfect storm” of change in information technology -- including cloud, social, mobile and big data -- is helping to remold the opportunities for information professionals. That’s one of the key findings in a new white paper from AIIM, which paints a picture of a fast-moving industry in which practitioners have to run to keep up.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Office 2013 Web Apps for SkyDrive, Gartner's ECM Magic Quadrant

There have been a few notable announcements this week in the document management space. Office Web Apps 2013 is now available in SkyDrive, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for ECM for 2012 has been released, and Nuxeo is holding its annual conference. In addition, Concept Searching has announced that its conceptClassifier for SharePoint is available for Office 365.

Document Mgt Roll-up: DocuWare Moves to the Cloud, SharePoint Gets Mixed Reviews

It’s still quiet in the document management space. That said, DocuWare has released a new SaaS offering, Snowbound has upgraded its document viewer, enterprises have mixed views on SharePoint deployments, and M-Files v9 supports Office 2013.

AIIM: Many Enterprises Have No SharePoint Strategy, Many Will Build Out SharePoint With Add-Ons

Earlier in the week, in new research published by AIIM, we saw that while there has been widespread deployment of SharePoint, enterprises are far from completely happy with it. In this final look at the research we will see what the main issues are and how enterprises intend to deal with them going forward.

AIIM: Enterprises Not Completely Happy With SharePoint

While recent research by AIIM indicates that at least 70% of organizations have deployed SharePoint in some shape or form over the past year, the way it is being used and the reasons it is being deployed in the first instance, are as many as there are enterprises using it.

Interview: Robert Rose Talks Content Marketing & Engaging Your Customers

Content Marketing isn't exactly new, but it's certainly come mainstream with the evolution of the Internet and recognition that the online customer experience should be as much about engaging and building loyal subscribers as it is about selling products and services. The two go hand in hand these days.

To learn a little more about content marketing and how it helps engage customers, we spoke with Robert Rose, Senior Analyst at Digital Clarity Group and co-author of Managing Content Marketing.

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