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Content Services: A New Name for Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

By Dick Weisinger

Content Services Platform (CSP) is a term that’s recently being used as a replacement to Enterprise Content Management (ECM).  It refers to a software collaboration system where users can create, share, store and collaborate on audio, video, and electronic file

ECM and Content Services: Vendors Rebrand as Industry Focus Changes

By Dick Weisinger

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) was first defined in 2005 by AIIM and the industry stuck with it for more than a decade.  But in 2017, both Gartner and AIIM tried to come up with a new name for this space

ECM: Digital Transformation of Enterprise Content Management

By Dick Weisinger

Enterprise Content Management or ECM was first coined in 2000 by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM). The original definition of ECM was: “Enterprise content management is the technology used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and

EFSS: Enterprise/Electronic File Synchronization and Sharing

By Dick Weisinger

Electronic File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) are software services that allow users to save electronic files in the cloud, like documents, photos and videos.  EFSS is often used as a tools to easily share files with other employees, external customers,

Enterprise Content Management: Data Growth and Compliance Drive Rapid Growth in Market

By Dick Weisinger

The ECM (Enterprise Content Management) market is growing faster than 16 percent annually, and is expected to grow from a market size of $31 billion in 2017 to $67 billion in 2022, according to rnrmarketresearch. The driving force for the