Information has the power to illuminate our world. But for this to happen, information must be intelligently and efficiently stored, protected, and managed -- so that it can be made accessible, searchable, shareable, and ultimately actionable.
At EMC, we enable the full realization of the inherent power of information by creating complete information environments that are reliable, efficient, and secure. The result is information that reveals its hidden potential, that's fit and ready to use.
With EMC, people and organizations can bring the power of information to life...information that illuminates what's possible and that can move the world forward.
XML technologies can solve a broad range of business problems around application integration, information access, business process improvement, and compliance. In this EMC technology innovation video podcast, Jerry Silver, XML product marketing manager at EMC, discusses how the combination of advanced XML processing with enterprise content management can help organizations increase business value for all [...]
Information intelligence is a core component of next-generation content management. In this EMC technology innovation podcast, information intelligence expert Lou Jordano discusses how combining advanced search, classification, content analytics, and visualization capabilities with a content management platform transforms data into valuable intelligence. The result: knowledge workers quickly find the information they need to make informed [...]
Join Lance Shaw, group product marketing manager at EMC, as he chats with Frost & Sullivan Principal Analyst Melanie Turek on how Web 2.0 technologies are transforming the way organizations conduct business today. Hear Melanie’s perspective on the potential benefits these tools can offer as well as the ramifications of these organizational and social changes [...]
Today’s Knowledge Worker frequently has a whole new set of expectations for how to collaborate and use content as part of their daily jobs, thanks to ever-increasing usage of new Web 2.0 technologies, such as wikis, social networking sites, and blogs. Incorporating Web 2.0 tools into the way business people work and access information …
Enterprise content management (ECM) solutions have enabled organizations to more effectively manage information. Yet, the lack of an ECM standard has presented a huge challenge: How can content-enabled applications access and manage content among disparate systems? To solve this problem, EMC, IBM, and Microsoft are joining forces to lead the drive for the Content Management Interoperability [...]
In this audio event we speak with Craig Le Clair of Forrester Research, co-author of The Forrester Wave: Business Process Management for Document Processes, Q3 2007 report. Craig discusses Forrester’s definition of Business Process Management and BPM Suites, document-intensive types of processes and their requirements, the type of functionality that is important within a [...]
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XML technologies can solve a broad range of business problems around application integration, information access, business process improvement, and compliance. In this EMC technology innovation video podcast, Jerry Silver, XML product marketing manager at EMC, discusses how the combination of advanced XML processing with enterprise content management can help organizations increase business value for all types of enterprise information.
For more information, read the whitepaper, Managing the XML Revolution: Organizing and Delivering Content Components for Engaging Applications, Best Practices Planning.
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