2012 United States IT Decision Makers

Enterprise Content Management: Bridging Silos to Help Enterprises Solve the Big Data Conundrum

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This customer research was conducted to track content management systems within the corporate environment in the United States. Content management systems, integrated within the IT infrastructure of an organization and on top of the storage architecture, has arguably become the most crucial part of the content/information workflow. This has become even more important in the context of Big Data as a content management system is foundational in extracting meaning from Big Data and making it useful. Despite the low penetration of purpose built solutions, users of content management systems are proving highly important to the empowerment of organizations to reach their business goals.

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2012 United States IT Decision Makers, 2012 United States IT Decision Makers in Content ManagementIntroductionTitle, Research Team, and Table of ContentsResearch Background Objectives and Methods OverviewExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary and ImplicationsUsage and Importance of Content Management OverviewPrevalence of Content Management Systems OverviewContent Management in the CloudOverviewFirmagraphicsOverviewAppendixAdditional InformationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryAbout Frost & Sullivan




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