Focus on the User

Vednere, Ganesh
January 2009
Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p96
Trade Publication
The article discusses the increasing trend on user-focused information management system for business environment. It highlights the concept of the said system which depicts users to log into the information repository, determine the files that need to move from some information source, provide relevant metadata and then transfer the files into the repository. In a dynamic business setting, such system involves the collaboration of social software, blogs, wikis, file sharing, rich site summary (RSS), cloud computing and others.


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