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Entries Tagged ‘content management’

Webinar: Content Management and Social Media for the Insurance Industry

September 24, 2009 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT Price: Free John Greene, Managing Director, Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC Seth Earley, President & CEO , Earley & Associates Mike Axelrod, Senior Consultant , Earley & Associates What is the role of Web 2.0 and Social Media in the insurance industry? How do these new technologies and approaches […]

AIIM Digital Landfill: 50+ ECM Blogs to Follow

John Mancini (Mr. “8 Things”) put a request out on Twitter last week for people to help him build a list of blogs they follow on ECM, ERM, WCM, and Enterprise 2.0., and published the list today on his blog, Digital Landfill. I like that John used some of my favorite social technology to compile […]

Weekly Digest for 2009-09-11

[twitter] MT @codestripper: MT @Shoq INTRODUCING the “Modified Tweet (MT)”: for when it’s more than a retweet. This rocks! http://j.mp/bhgLF [ECM] Challenge: Explain ECM in <= 1 min: Can you do it? http://j.mp/17rgpc via @jmancini77 #AIIM #ECM #video #contest [blog] Success! thecontentguy.net and blog are now relocated to BlueHost.com. I love it when stuff WORKS. […]

Taxonomy CoP Webinar: Metadata Maturity Survey Findings

Paul Wlodarczyk, Earley & Associates Ron Daniel, Taxonomy Strategies LLC Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 Time: 1:00 – 2:00 Eastern Time Cost: $50 (Survey respondents need not register and will receive an invitation to this call at no cost) Register here.

How to Turn Tagging into Cash: Take the Metadata Best Practices Survey

We tag stuff to add meaning, and so that we and others – especially information systems – can find it. But is your approach to tagging business content effective? Find out – take the Metadata Best Practices Benchmarking Survey from Earley & Associates and Taxonomy Strategies.

UIMA – First Standard for Accessing Unstructured Information

I posted earlier today at Not Otherwise Categorized… about the announcement last month of OASIS’s new standard for the Unstructured Information Management Architecture, Version 1.0.  Read all about it here:  OASIS Approves UIMA – the first standard for accessing Unstructured Information

Automating CMS metadata – could that work? How?

In a previous post I asked the question, “What if a web service could automatically provide the CMS metadata when you go to check-in a new topic?” In this post I’ll discuss why you would want to do that, some of the candidate technologies, and what is necessary to make it real.