Managing unstructured data represents a challenge for all organizations as these are usually not organized, scattered across different locations, and hard to locate. As per IDC, by this year (2020) the amount of data globally generated will reach 44 trillions gigabytes and most of these data will be unstructured. In addition and as per multiple … Continue reading Manage Unstructured Data using ECM Solutions
Every organization today is facing the challenge to manage their information effectively and how they can use these information to improve daily operations and increase productivity. This is expected to become more complex as the volume of information in an organization is going to grow rapidly in the coming few years (almost 4X) and most … Continue reading What are the 3 biggest Information management challenges?
Enterprise file sharing and Sync (EFSS) solutions gained popularity and became the favorite tool for individuals to synchronize and share their documents, photos, and files across multiple devices. Due to its simplicity and ease of use, they have also become an essential part of the day to day activities in organizations. While ECM solutions provide … Continue reading ECM vs EFSS
Organizations are increasingly looking for ways to manage their information digitally to help them operate more efficiently, increase productivity, and reduce cost. In the world of information management, taking a look into the available solutions in the market will certainly make the decision makers confused specially with the technical acronym being used i.e. ECM and … Continue reading Enterprise Content Management vs Document Management
The majority of organizations are still using email as a fundamental tool for collaboration between their employees. In fact, the number of emails will only increase by time as we tend to use it for internal and external communications, email archiving, and collaboration in our day to day activities. In addition to emails, some organizations … Continue reading Why collaboration is extremely important in ECM