Digital transformation is forcing businesses to rethink how collaboration and process occurs across their extended enterprise, blurring the definitions of “back office” and “front office.” It’s also making it increasingly important to get more value out of their content, while also addressing modern security and regulatory requirements.
Although legacy enterprise content management systems helped manage the most sensitive content, they were never designed to accommodate the new mobile, highly agile business processes of the digital age.
A new strategy is needed.
Why read This report?
In Forrester’s evaluation of the emerging market for multitenant cloud content platforms, they identified the 13 most significant providers in the category — aodocs, Box, Citrix, dropbox, egnyte, fabasoft, Google, GrM information Management, Laserfiche, M-files, Microsoft, nuxeo, and openText — and evaluated them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor scored against 10 criteria and where they stand in relation to each other.
Enterprise architects can use this review to select the right partner for their cloud content management needs.
This IDC study represents a vendor assessment of SaaS and cloud-enabledenterprise content application software vendors as of 2019 through the IDC MarketScape methodology at a worldwide level. This assessment presentsboth quantitative and qualitative characteristics of cloud content management applications in the market, as it relates to the planning, budgeting, and forecasting tasks that are typically conducted in support of managing and processing content in a global setting.
The evaluation is based on acomprehensive and rigorous framework that assesses each vendor relative to the criteria and to one another.It was a requirement that the content application not only runsin a cloud setting but also takes advantage of the cloud constructssuch as multiregional data and process orchestration,scale and elasticity of users and data,distributed agility with edge computing,and self-service purchasing and provisioning of modules.
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This IDC study represents a vendor assessment of SaaS and cloud-enabled enterprise content application software vendors as of 2019 through the IDC MarketScape methodology at a worldwide level.
This assessment presents both quantitative and qualitative characteristics of cloud content management applications in the market, as it relates to the planning, budgeting, and forecasting tasks that are typically conducted in support of managing and processing content in a global setting. The evaluation is based on a comprehensive and rigorous framework that assesses each vendor relative to the criteria and to one another.
It was a requirement that the content application not only runs in a cloud setting but also takes advantage of the cloud constructs such as multiregional data and process orchestration, scale and elasticity of users and data, distributed agility with edge computing, and selfservice purchasing and provisioning of modules.
Die digitale Transformation zwingt Unternehmen zu überdenken, wie Zusammenarbeit und Prozesse in ihrem erweiterten Unternehmen stattfinden, wobei die Definitionen für „Backoffice“ und „Frontoffice“ verschwimmen. Sie macht es auch immer wichtiger, mehr Wert aus ihren Inhalten herauszubekommen, während gleichzeitig auch moderne Sicherheits- und regulatorische Anforderungen thematisiert werden.
Obwohl Altsysteme des Enterprise-Content-Managements geholfen haben, die sensibelsten Inhalte zu verwalten, wurden sie nie entwickelt, um den neuen mobilen, sehr agilen Geschäftsprozessen des digitalen Zeitalters Rechnung zu tragen. Eine neue Strategie wird benötigt.
Enterprise content is growing at an average rate of 200% per year-and the risks of noncompliance are growing even faster. This paper examines the business and technical difficulties of managing content from disparate systems and presents the most viable alternatives for addressing these challenges.
Organizations are drowning in content. They don't know what they have, and they can't find what they need when they need it. While they spend significant time and money to manage content stored among a host of disconnected systems, their efforts are less than fully effective.
A recent survey of CIOs found that over 75% want to develop an overall information strategy in the next three years, yet over 85% are not close to implementing an enterprise-wide content management strategy. Meanwhile, data runs rampant, slows systems, and impacts performance. Hard-copy documents multiply, become damaged, or simply disappear.
Welcome to the future of 24/7, any-time, anywhere access to digital content - where dynamic publishing solutions are the mantra. Is your organization ready for this brave new world of digital content distribution? This whitepaper explores how to prime your organization to leverage rapid digital content consumption as a key to business intelligence.
• Enterprise Content Management is a market in transition. And as demand for modernization becomes widespread, long-time leaders are investing in new capabilities to keep up — and bringing more of the market to the cloud to meet the needs of users and IT managers alike.
• This report shows how a range of providers measure up to help companies make the right choice when
• requirements are skewed to the needs of information workers who need to create, collaborate on, share, and find enterprise content.
• Use the 2017 Forrester Wave™ report to:
o Get educated. Gain an understanding of how the ECM market is changing and why complex, on-premises ECM suites are giving way to Cloud Content Management platforms like Box.
o Define your needs. Forrester ranks the top 15 ECM business content vendors based on current offerings, strategy and market presence to help you evaluate vendors that suit your needs.
o Select a vendor. Learn how cloud content management platforms like Box are designed
more people than ever before. Whether it's your employees, partners or customers, all your people use enterprise content. And that means content management is becoming increasingly top-of-mind — but companies find it difficult to get it right. In this newsletter, Gartner shares how cloud content management helps you build your content management strategy from the bottom up, enabling you to:
o Improve company-wide collaboration and become more customer-centric
o Scale your business and reduce cost
o Provide security and stability for your entire organization
• Download the full Gartner newsletter, Reshaping ECM: New Opportunities in the Cloud. You'll learn about the emerging requirements of top ECM vendors, as well as discover real-world use cases of Cloud Content Management.
• In today's ever-evolving world, content management is a moving target. With content flowing from a multitude of places, keeping up with the speed of business requires a content management strategy that's more flexible than traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM).
• As digital transformation forces organizations to rethink their processes, it's never been more important to focus on deploying a platform that works across all of your content so you can get more value out of each asset and protect yourself against technology stagnation.
• Check out our ebook, 5 Considerations For Transforming Your ECM Strategy With Cloud Content Management, and learn how to bring your people and information together in the cloud.
Published By: Commvault
Published Date: Jul 06, 2016
ENDPOINT DATA. It’s often one of the most forgotten aspects of an enterprise data protection strategy. Yet, content on laptops, desktops and mobile devices is among a company’s most valuable data even while it’s potentially at the greatest risk. According to IDC there will be some 1.3 billion mobile workers by 2015. However, only half of enterprises today are using some type of endpoint backup. That means that the volume of endpoint data that is in jeopardy is nothing short of significant.
Download to read the buyer's checklist on endpoint data protection!
Published By: OpenText
Published Date: Mar 13, 2017
Take a look at this infographic to learn how Enterprise Information Management solutions can help you make better decisions faster, gain competitive advantage, speed time-to-value, and empower your organization.
The shift to digital business continues to gain momentum with no signs easing anytime soon. Smart organizations realize this and are accelerating investments in projects that put digital technologies at the center of their business models. The new requirements of digital transformation are forcing a major change in how companies evaluate and deploy Business Process Management (BPM) platforms and services. In “The Forrester Wave™: BPM Platforms For Digital Business, Q4 2015” report, the research organization used a 31 criteria evaluation process identifying the 12 most significant software providers in the category.
Download this Forrester Wave report and gain insight regarding how well each vendor fulfills the criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help enterprise architecture (EA) professionals select the right partner to manage their business’ critical content.
Enterprises are moving to the cloud because it offers greater flexibility and lower cost. The first wave of cloud native and content apps are well on their way, but there's a new wave of traditional enterprise applications that enterprises are still struggling to move to the cloud.
The Q&A walks you through the most common issues related to cloud storage—and how HPE Cloud Volumes put any remaining concerns to rest.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 17, 2015
The personal cloud is the most persistent data loss threat to the enterprise today because many employees use their own cloud services to store work documents. Traditionally, content security solutions functionally link security and storage which requires the migration of work documents to a new content storage repository in order to enforce security policies. This increases complexity by creating more repositories for the enterprise to manage. Most importantly, this approach does not solve the personal cloud problem because individual users continue to store their work documents, for convenience, in cloud services that IT cannot secure.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 17, 2015
Agent-based security solutions such as anti-virus software rely
on controlling all processes on a system. This approach breaks
in sandboxed environments as one process cannot control
other aspects of the system. To secure mobile, IT has to
replace traditional PC management tools with purpose-built
enterprise mobility management (EMM) Platforms,
designed to enable end-user productivity while securing
apps, content and devices.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Mar 02, 2015
The Android platform has quickly established itself as a dominant mobile OS for consumers. However, enterprise IT has been slower to adopt Android broadly due to lack of Enterprise Mobility Management capabilities in Android and fragmentation. But the recent release of Android Lollipop reduces fragmentation and when combined with MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions, gives IT the tools needed to easily manage and secure apps and content on all types of Android devices. This will accelerate adoption of Android devices within the enterprise.
Published By: Quantum
Published Date: Jan 24, 2017
Is your organization ready to take the plunge into in-house video production? The benefits can be substantial, but making the move requires some preparation. The IT infrastructure you use for enterprise applications might not be able to meet the rigorous requirements of video production. And you might not want video production teams to use resources from your existing infrastructure, since doing so could affect the performance of other applications. Whether you’re just getting started with in-house video or ramping up production, consider these five best practices for building an IT environment optimized for video work. The right approach to IT is essential for developing efficient collaborative workflows and maximizing the value of your video content.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Jul 09, 2017
IT departments are under constant pressure to deliver improved user experiences that lead to revenue growth. Achieving this goal requires addressing multiple areas at once: taking advantage of the flexibility and scalability of the cloud; empowering mobile users with anytime, anywhere access; and accelerating digital transformation.
Published By: Quantum
Published Date: Jun 20, 2017
In the past, the production of professional quality corporate videos was delegated to outside agencies. Corporate business units hired marketing firms and video production houses because those outside agencies were the only ones with both the required expertise and the expensive equipment needed to generate high-quality results.
Quantum teamed up with the Communications Media Management Association (CMMA) to survey their members—media production managers from leading enterprises—to learn more about the benefits and challenges of creating video in-house.
Download the eBook, “The Changing Landscape of Corporate Video Production” to get the following questions answered and more:
• Will in-house creative teams continue to ramp up in production?
• What video formats are they currently producing and delivering?
• How are they archiving their content?
• What challenges are in-house teams facing as they generate more content?
Today, that is changing. As the cost of video production technology drops, more corporations are recognizing the value of bringing production in-house. According to a recent report by Vidyard, 85% of businesses surveyed now have internal staff and resources producing videos in-house.
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