For the past few weeks I’ve been immersed in work on open innovation, linked data and expertise sharing. I’ve managed to sneak out a couple of related blog posts during that time but most of my effort has be focused on writing a new research report, “Radical Openness: Profiting from data you didn’t create, people [...]
Entries Tagged as 'content management'
by Darin Stewart | August 8, 2012 | 2 Comments
by Darin Stewart | May 4, 2012 | 3 Comments
I talk daily to companies from a broad range of industries. These organizations run the whole gamut of company sizes, from small boutique operations to huge distributed enterprises. Even with that diversity, everyone wants to talk about content management. That’s probably for two reasons. First, regardless of your industry or company size, you depend on [...]
by Darin Stewart | May 2, 2012 | 1 Comment
I am not yet fully converted to the gospel of Cloud Content Management. The data center is undeniably in decline, but it’s not quite dead yet. Despite the evangelism of cloud-oriented vendors, moving things off-premises is not always a good idea. This is especially true for content management. Don’t get me wrong. In many cases [...]