Enterprise content management is being transformed. Organizations are struggling with their legacy systems in the face of a growing number of new systems of engagement. Mobile and social are becoming table stakes instead of differentiators in enterprise IT strategy. How an organization manages its information assets is as fundamental to competitive differentiation as how it handles its physical, human and financial assets.
Users are demanding access, anywhere, anytime, across all their devices. This means collaborating beyond the firewall. But IT still needs to ensure proper compliance and information integrity.
Unfortunately, research from AIIM shows that even companies utilizing a robust ECM solution like SharePoint, 32% still have issues with their governance and security functionality.
Since 2005 there have been over 600 MILLION records breached in the United States alone. In the meantime, content continues to grow exponentially in volume, velocity and variety.
This content is starting to pop up in silos beyond the reach of traditional frameworks. Consumer tools are infiltrating the workplace like trojan horses, creating information governance headaches for IT departments and adding to the list of distributed repositories. This content sprawl is making e-discovery a growing challenge, with important information languishing in obsolete team sites, buried email threads, unsanctioned cloud repositories and duplicated on various desktops. Wasn’t ECM going to manage this content?
There’s no doubt ECM improves organizational processes, but in the same AIIM survey over 67% of respondents believe that add-ons are still needed to enhance functionality and address the product shortcomings of legacy systems.
Shinydocs is tightly integrated with SharePoint and OpenText’s Content Server. We’re not just talking about consolidating your information by extending the reach of your enterprise investments but creating engagement and insight around information. Incorporate new capabilities, but integrate with existing corporate investments, security standards and compliance regulations. Fill the gaps in your ECM investment instead of poking holes in it with tools that shore up legacy systems.