Mar 1: Powder Software Summit Groupware 2006 Released
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messaging & collaboration: spam control - email - email retention/archiving - mobile messaging - consumer messaging - web conferencing - email encryption - email migrations & upgrades - regulations compliance - instant messaging - ISP messaging - team workspaces - calendaring & scheduling - content management - virus control - and more
FERRIS RESEARCH FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER
March 1, 2006
- Spam Mutates More
- IM in the workplace - if you can't beat it, manage it More
- First-Ever E-mail Performance Index Launches More
- Powder Software Inc. Announces Release of Summit Groupware 2006 More
Insights & Observations
- Free Speech Is No Excuse to Spam More
Other insights published today in the subscription service:
- Archiving Email and Calendaring Metadata -- Important for Compliance
New Ferris Research Report
The Benefits of Integrating Enterprise Content Management Systems and Team Workspaces
Organizations need to enable their employees to organize and collaborate over documents and other enterprise content. Two types of applications can provide organizations with these capabilities: enterprise content management (ECM) and team workspaces. This report illuminates the benefits and features of these two systems, their key differences and similarities, and the value to be gained by integrating the two applications. It also shares three case studies of an integrated ECM/team workspace solutions and the benefits gained by the integration.
Information content managers and other IT staff involved in the purchase and use of ECM and collaborative technologies will gain insight into how they can leverge an investment in ECM by adding or integrating a team workspace.
Important questions addressed include:
- What are the features of ECM and team workspaces?
- What are the different benefits of these two applications?
- In what ways do the two systems overlap?
- What advantages can be gained by integrating ECM with a team workspace?
For further information, see here.
There is no charge for this report, which was sponsored by EMC.
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- Topics We Cover: spam control - email - email retention/archiving - mobile messaging - consumer messaging - web conferencing - email encryption - email migrations & upgrades - regulations compliance - instant messaging - ISP messaging - team workspaces - calendaring & scheduling - content management - virus control - and more
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