The ECM-driven portal supports the promise of a self-service government whose constituents can access what they need when they need it from their device of choice. ECM makes this possible from both a deployment and cost perspective.
The overarching trajectory in the evolution of web content management (WCM) that emerged in 2013 largely reflected the trends that have been defining nearly every other corner of the technology sector in the last several years. The equalizing principle of ease of use for nonexpert users, a drive toward mobile functionality, a preference for a solution that integrates well with other systems, and a strong inclination toward user-driven or social content creation-these tenets are now the new normal for the creation, management, and distribution of enterprise content, particularly web-based content, and they drive expectations of technological functionality for both internal and external stakeholders in any enterprise.
Ankota's look at the top issues and opportunities in health care for 2014, with a focus on delivering better care at lower cost.
From Ankota's vantage point though, the changes happening in our industry present a number of opportunities and issues not generally presented by the media.
Please let us know what you think of our list or what would be in your Top 10:
Healthcare Delivery at Home is Catching On;Corporations are Promoting Workforce Health;Health Information is Getting Ready to Share;People are Starting to Comparison Shop;Mobile Health Apps are Taking Off;Chronic Care is Becoming More Proactive;Roles are Changing in the Health Care Ecosystem;Exchanges are for Companies Too;Technology is Driving Productivity;Opportunities are Emerging for Smaller Healthcare Technology Providers.
Everyone wants to understand the future roadmap of SharePoint. There is no shortage of content and discussion around Microsoft’s every move in the content management and collaboration space, with both angst and praise expressed about each individual feature and announcement. As with the idiom "not see the forest for the trees," focus too much on the short term features and you may lose sight of the broader SharePoint platform strategy. Topic: Social Business.
The quest to effectively share knowledge within a company is one that still appears elusive. How do you keep on top of your competitors’ developments? How do you monitor articles that mention your brand? How do you make sure your teams get the information they need to make decisions and to learn? Continue reading →
Since paper free in ’93, we’ve heard that we’re on the cusp of solving the information management (IM) problem, yet time and time again we keep getting it wrong and dashing all those high hopes in the process. So what’s going on? Topic: Information Management.
A movement that began in Silicon Valley, is starting to have profound impacts on corporations throughout the world that are far from obvious but critical to your success and maybe even your company’s survival.
Time represents the persistent, substantive constraint to being effective within an organization. Can you have a moment of a sponsor’s time to share the benefits of collaborative innovation? Does the sponsor and challenge team perceive you as respecting their time once you persuade them to pursue the practice with you?
Digital Health In 2014: The Imperative Of Connectivity Forbes Add to these real online doctors various professional coaching services dealing with losing weight, your own personal trainer, substance abuse, alcoholism, smoking cessation, anxiety,...
Email hasn’t changed in twenty years. This infographic reveals just how inefficient and time-consuming business email has become. Using statistics from the US Bureau of Labor, McKinsey Global Institute and the Radicati Group, we expose the ineffectiveness of the world’s most popular business tool.