As modernization efforts take place in the public sector, agencies are looking for enterprise content management (ECM) systems to replace manual, paper-intensive processes that are costly and inefficient, delay responses to the public, and increase litigation risks.
The goal of an enterprise content management (ECM) system is to seamlessly connect operational processes, knowledge workers, and organization-wide information. More than just an application that organizes and stores content, an ECM constitutes a fully integrated platform and architectural framework that brings about collaboration, managed content lifecycle management, and greater productivity.
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is well positioned to act as the foundation for organizations’ next-generation ECM systems. Fully integrated with the productivity tools knowledge workers are already familiar with, complete with robust enterprise search functionality, easily customizable and scalable, SharePoint is considered by many to be the backbone of ECM initiatives moving forward.
However, before organizations make the jump to Microsoft’s latest platform release, there are major points to take into consideration. During this webinar we will discuss:
- Objectives of a successful ECM project
- Reasons why SharePoint 2010 and 2013 is an ideal system for ECM
- Requirements necessary for migrating and deploying to SharePoint Server 2010
- How to enhance SharePoint ECM capabilities to include: protection, administration, content management, storage optimization, and compliance
Featured Speaker: Matt McTigue, Solutions Engineer, AvePoint Public Sector
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