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Information is the lifeblood of knowledge. With so much to capture there is usually too little time and resource to make sense of it all. Enterprise Content Management aims to help you capture, preserve and deliver information as a corporate asset in a consistent, natural and re-usable way. Split into two halves, this book presents a structured approach to developing an organisational repository of knowledge. The business guide provides the business prerequisites for establishing ECM, whilst the technical guide outlines the delivery aspects, including a future trends chapter. ? Fully capitalise on the information you hold ? Identify the type and value of vital information ? Develop a viable, consistent and measurable business case for ECM ? Get unique business and technical perspectives ? See how Wikileaks might benefit from ECM Contents: STRUCTURE ? Business and technical perspectives ? Project lifecycle ? PART 1: ECM BUSINESS GUIDE ? INTRODUCTION ? Definition of ECM ? A short history of ECM ? The future of ECM ? Summary ? CONTENT LIFECYCLE ? ECM acquisition ? ECM storage ? ECM delivery ? The history of information consumption ? Case study: WikiLeaks ? Measuring and valuing content ? Summary ? ORGANISATIONS ? Relevance and retention of information ? Timing and throughput of information ? Contribution and responsibility for information ? Ubiquity of information ? Analysis and meaning of information ? Summary ? CONTENT MATURITY MODEL ? The five stages of the content maturity model ? Dimensions of the content maturity model ? Stages of the content maturity model ? Summary ? COMPLIANCE AND GOVERNANCE ? Corporate governance ? Compliance ? Records management ? Summary ? DEVELOPING A BUSINESS CASE ? Structure of the business case ? Reasons for adopting ECM ? Options for managing change ? Tangible and intangible ECM benefits ? Developing a road map ? Realising ECM benefits ? Summary PART 2: ECM TECHNICAL GUIDE ? ARCHITECTURE AND TECHNOLOGY ? Stakeholder challenges ? An ECM technology review ? Architectures ? Service oriented architecture ? ECM service components ? Case study: finance industry ? Summary ? STORAGE ? Business alignment ? Increasing capacity ? Managing tiers of storage ? Valuing data ? Storage medium ? Storage technologies ? Storage repositories ? Summary ? MANAGING CHANGE ? Representations to concepts ? The creation of ideas ? Changing roles ? Managing cultural change ? Summary ? TRANSFORMATION ? Organisations? content and exchange frameworks ? Create a content and information strategy ? Transformation planning avoids organisational stress ? Bringing dimensions into alignment ? Transitioning through stages ? Summary ? COMPLIANCE AND GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK ? Trust and privacy policies ? Destruction policies ? Enterprise and universal availability ? Security ? Data governance ? Records management ? Summary ? BUSINESS AND PROGRAMME DELIVERY ? Building the business case ? Programme and project management ? Breaking implementation into manageable steps ? Delivery challenges ? Classification process ? Summary ? FUTURE TRENDS ? Collaborative technologies ? Semantic structures ? Attribute acquisition ? Business intelligence ? Cloud computing and SaaS ? BIBLIOGRAPHY ? Books ? Articles ? Internet References ? Official publications ? INDEX Printed Pages: 172. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 86578
Inhaltsangabe: Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the management of information across an enterprise. The aim is to capture, preserve and deliver information as content or a knowledge asset in a consistent, natural and re-usable way. ECM tools and strategies enable the capture, management, storage and delivery of an organisation's information, wherever that information exists. Organisations who understand the value of their information, maintain verifiable sources, collaborate over creative business propositions and protect their knowledge will continue to succeed. The book is essential reading for any executive contemplating or managing their information strategies and any enterprise architect involved in managing the delivery of an ECM solution.
About the Author: Stephen Cameron has spent his career working in engineering and information businesses as a vendor, a consultant and as a customer. With over 15 years in industry combined with many years in consultancy, he brings a wealth of experience and considered executive and architectural thought leadership to the world of ECM.
Titel: Enterprise Content Management: A Business ...
Verlag: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT/Viva Books Private Limited
Buchbeschreibung BCS Learning & Development Limited Mai 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - The enterprise content management tools and strategies introduced in this book enable the capture, management, storage, and delivery of an organization's information--essential reading for executives contemplating or managing their information strategies and for enterprise architects involved in the delivery of ECM solutions. 172 pp. 172 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781906124670