By John Mancini, AIIM Chief Evangelist
As Jerry Garcia might say, “What a long strange trip it’s been.”
Information management technologies servicing business landscapes using traditional technologies are failing. The impact of these burdens is becoming more evident and the pace at which this is occurring will only quicken.
There is clearly a migration in the direct of cloud content management solutions, which means that organizations have a decision to make relative to the large volume of documents in existing legacy systems. The challenge is that organizations may have millions of documents. Which should be moved and which should stay where they are? What can be safely archived or deleted?
New and modern cloud-based solutions can’t just be slapped on to what you have now. Which means that organizations need a new strategy for managing the network of information assets that are the lifeblood of a digital organization.
Think about the incredible changes going on in the content management space:
|Content Management 2007||Content Management 2017|
|Driven by IT and specialists||Driven by end users and the business|
|Departments at large companies||Any size company|
|Usability & mobility an afterthought||Usability and mobility core|
|Cloud “someday”||Cloud now|
|Boundary-less clouds||National clouds|
|Security at the perimeter||Asset-based security|
|On-premise silos||On-premise + SaaS silos|
|Analytics “someday”||Analytics now|
|Dark data||Data insights|
|Hard lines between data and content||No one cares whether data or content|
|Customization, not configuration||Configuration, not customization|
|Big bang, boil the ocean deployments||Apps built on a consistent foundation|
|Collect data and information||Operationalize data and information|