Content Collaboration and Processing in a Cloud and Mobile World

Content Collaboration and Processing in a Cloud and Mobile World


Collaboration is a universal door opener. What CEO or project director would turn down a request to improve and enhance the sharing of information, ideas and comments?

A new generation of cloud-based content sharing tools have demonstrated how much simpler it could be to share files with any partner or outside team, either by storing them in a common-access area in the cloud, or by synchronizing content between two computers or devices via the cloud.

Many on-premise collaboration and ECM system suppliers have responded by establishing cloud-only versions of their product, or extending their on-premise system into a hybrid cloud model. Others allow these new cloud collaboration services to synchronize back to established on-premise ECM systems.

Because of these different models, there is considerable confusion and indecision within the user base as to the best way forward, along with significant concerns about security and control. 

This survey from AIIM sets out to measure the drivers for collaboration, the strategy choices being made, and the feature sets required. IT also looks at the user requirements for mobile content access and mobile interaction with content processes and workflows.

AIIM is the global community of information professionals. We provide the education, research and certification that information professionals need to manage and share information assets in an era of mobile, social, cloud and big data.

03 Sep 2014
03 Sep 2014
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