ECM: Traditional content is still key

Data generated by simple, day-to-day business activities is still the most important thing that has to be managed by any content management system, writes Leslie Faughnan.

4th December, 2011
ECM: Traditional content is still key
Chas Moloney, marketing director Ireland and UK at RIcoh: 'We see handling information of all kinds as involving three essential elements -- people, process and technology'.

While there is something of a hype about big data and the accelerating increase in volume of unstructured content, it is easy to overlook the fact that a high proportion of the most common and significant tasks and processes in any organisation involve traditional and structured content.

A recent survey conducted on behalf of Ricoh established that 31 per cent of all European organisations continue to lose important documents and 24 per cent have no...

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