SharePoint is one of the most widespread and mature document management systems. When we discuss “collaboration,” what often comes to mind is the sharing of a document for revision and approval. This certainly does occur on the enterprise level, but the needs of business go far beyond this capability: often there is a complex workflow of… Continue reading Business Processes Compliance with SharePoint Automation
Month: May 2013
Success with Document Management Systems for Software Projects
Almost every form of enterprise produces some form of work output that is usually document-based. This is especially true in the heavier forms of engineering such as aerospace, military, or medical in which the auditing and accounting requirements are high. No one wants to confront an ISO or federal audit and not be able to… Continue reading Success with Document Management Systems for Software Projects
Is Social Intranet Software the Future of Workplace Communication?
Given the recent rise of online social media, it was only a matter of time before the “social” paradigm would start to influence enterprise intranet software. Many organizations have already worked features such as personal profiles and content sharing into their corporate communications. While it is possible to see this as a gimmick or a blatant… Continue reading Is Social Intranet Software the Future of Workplace Communication?
Drupal for Enterprise Content Management
Drupal is well-known as a web content management system (CMS) that has adopters ranging from novice administrators all the way to Amnesty International and the White House. Its high adaptability gives it wide, effective use in many problem domains. There is a growing application for Drupal that happens to be one traditionally filled by proprietary… Continue reading Drupal for Enterprise Content Management
The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management
The Economist, the well-known print periodical that covers politics and global affairs from a fairly academic level, has maintained an online presence since 1996. However, until 2008, www.economist.com was regarded as a web-based companion to the print edition that offered some online-exclusive content but was more or less a requisite internet-hub for a journal with an established reputation.… Continue reading The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management