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Letter from Google Next '18

by Craig Roth  |  July 27, 2018

Google Next - Google's cloud conference - took place in San Francisco this week. Production values were high, with lots of slick videos and a clever stage where speakers appeared...

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2018 Content Services Battleground - Part 2 of 2

by Michael Woodbridge  |  March 1, 2018

At the end of January, I posted my views on the “battleground” for content services in 2018 here. In this first post, I outlined the two high-level concepts I see...

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2018 Content Services Battleground - Part 1 of 2

by Michael Woodbridge  |  January 24, 2018

One of my most accessed posts last year was: "The Death of ECM and Birth of Content Services". That article took a look back at the way content related technologies had...

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The Unique Fundamentals of: Collaboration, Content, and Digital Workplace

by Craig Roth  |  January 3, 2018

What are the unique fundamentals of the collaboration, content, and digital workplace space that make it unique?  I don't mean what the current trends are - we write a lot about...

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Gartner Releases 2016 Content Services Market Share (formerly ECM): Now with EFSS!

by Craig Roth  |  April 20, 2017

Gartner has just released its software market share, worldwide for 2016. Many readers are interested in the winners and losers - who moved up or down the rankings. But after...

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Principles, Sporting Events and Technology Selection

by Michael Woodbridge  |  March 10, 2017

This week I made a poor choice when it came to selecting an evening's entertainment and it was this poor choice that inspired me to write this post on technology selection....

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The Death of ECM and Birth of Content Services

by Michael Woodbridge  |  January 5, 2017

UPDATE 18th May 2017: Check out my colleague Hanns Koehler-Kruener's blog on this topic here: Questions and answers about Content Services – an Obituary UPDATE 13th March 2017: Check out my colleague...

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