Enterprise Content Management: A Business and Technical Guide

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BCS Learning & Development Limited, 2011 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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. Organizations 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.

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About the author (2011)

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.