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  • Designing an Information Management System for Your Employees

    Designing an Information Management System for Your Employees

    In an ideal world, enterprise information management (EIM) systems provide every employee with a comprehensive view of all available information resources. But we don't live in an ideal world.

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  • How To Not Fail at Taxonomy

    How To Not Fail at Taxonomy

    Taxonomy never made sense to me as a hot topic until I found myself in a heated debate with my husband about which product category a mug should fall under in an online store.

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  • What Makes a Good Metadata Schema?

    What Makes a Good Metadata Schema?

    What makes a good metadata schema and how do you know if you’ve got one?   No formula exists today for answering this question in quantifiable terms — it requires evaluation and reflection on the part of the organization.

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  • CMSWire's Hits of 2015: DAM

    CMSWire's Hits of 2015: DAM

    Your business has a lot of digital files to manage — images, multimedia and textual content files. And the volume and variety of those assets just keeps growing. That’s why digital asset management (DAM) has such a critical place in the ecosystems of digital businesses.

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  • Can You Trust an 1,800 Year Old Approach to Managing Content?

    Can You Trust an 1,800 Year Old Approach to Managing Content?

    Information governance.

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  • People Bring Your DAM to Life

    People Bring Your DAM to Life

    Anyone who thinks that launching a digital asset management (DAM) system comes down to picking a solution and flicking a switch should think again. One step can make a big difference between a DAM solution that people use and a DAM solution that people ignore: talking to your stakeholders.

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  • 7 Taxonomy Best Practices

    7 Taxonomy Best Practices

    Applying a well-planned taxonomy to your content can transform how you communicate with your customers, organize your information, and provide immense return on investment through improved content discovery, online marketing, customer self-service and commerce.

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  • Get Smart About Intelligent Content

    Get Smart About Intelligent Content

    Intelligent, or structured, content is nothing new. We’ve been talking about it for years, particularly in relation to creating and storing technical documentation. But intelligent content’s importance has grown well past the management of technical documents.

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  • Your Metadata Crosses All Borders

    Your Metadata Crosses All Borders

    Regardless of where information has to live, for how long or according to what standard, using metadata to control it is a well-established and relatively inexpensive process. However, complexity and costs can rise rapidly when an organization has to expand metadata usage in multiple languages for many different locations worldwide.

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  • Is Email the Solution to Information Overload?

    Is Email the Solution to Information Overload?

    Information overload prohibits you from "focusing on what matters most." Email is the primary cause of overload because you have too many email message to process. Solve the email problem and you will conquer information overload. This is what IBM, Microsoft and Google want you to believe.

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  • Link Information Architecture to Productivity

    Link Information Architecture to Productivity

    During his keynote at the Worldwide Partner Conference last July in Washington DC, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke at length about the company's messaging evolution from "devices and services" to a "platforms and productivity" theme.

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  • Stop Pulling Teeth: A Better Way to Classify Documents

    Stop Pulling Teeth: A Better Way to Classify Documents

    There are really only two ways to get your content classified: You require manual tagging by setting fields as required, or you use automation and stop fighting your users.

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  • Is Your Information Architecture Ready for SharePoint 2013?

    Is Your Information Architecture Ready for SharePoint 2013?

    SharePoint Administrators will naturally focus on the infrastructure side of a migration to SharePoint 2013, but migration is also the perfect time to reevaluate your information architecture (IA) and prepare it for this new and improved version of SharePoint.

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  • Library Science, Not Library Silence

    It’s no secret that I’m a fan of adding information professionals to digital asset management teams.

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