Executive Briefings

ECM Keeps You from Drowning in Enterprise Data

At companies everywhere, e-mail, collaboration tools, and Office applications generate a rising tide of unstructured business content. It's not enough to simply soak it up with additional storage. Compliance and e-discovery requirements demand more discrimination, identifying which information should be retained and which can safely be destroyed. At the same time, companies must make sure employees and other users can access the content they need to conduct daily business.
Companies have two choices: manage this business content, or drown in it. To avoid the latter, they need enterprise content management.
Source: Information Week

At companies everywhere, e-mail, collaboration tools, and Office applications generate a rising tide of unstructured business content. It's not enough to simply soak it up with additional storage. Compliance and e-discovery requirements demand more discrimination, identifying which information should be retained and which can safely be destroyed. At the same time, companies must make sure employees and other users can access the content they need to conduct daily business.
Companies have two choices: manage this business content, or drown in it. To avoid the latter, they need enterprise content management.
Source: Information Week