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IBM StoredIQ Introduction and Planning Considerations
Enterprise Content Management

Redpaper, published 22 Dec 2015

In the world of enterprise data, the problem of discovering, understanding, and managing your data is becoming a more difficult problem for businesses and IT organizations. The IBM® StoredIQ® platform provides a true data assessment tool that enables a user to understand the kind of data that is located on the system. Through StoredIQ, a user can gain a firm understanding of a very wide variety of data. By accessing over 50 types of data sources, the StoredIQ platform can help users gain insight into file metadata and content information, and then create their own custom groupings of files. ... [more]


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Implementing Video in an IBM Content Navigator Application
Enterprise Content Management

Web Doc, published 30 Oct 2015, last updated 2 Nov 2015

This IBM Redbooks video covers the topics related to IBM enterprise content management (ECM) applications that will use the capabilities of Kaltura Video Navigator for ECM, IBM Content Navigator, IBM FileNet Content Manager, and IBM Case Manager. This video is not a comprehensive development guide for IBM ECM video applications but is a guide to help you implement your own solution, which might include some or all of the products in the portfolio. This video provides helpful real-world based advice for those involved in design, installation, and administration of systems that will use video ... [more]


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Implementing Document Imaging and Capture Solutions with IBM Datacap
Enterprise Content Management

Redbooks, published 2 Oct 2015, last updated 27 Oct 2015

Organizations face many challenges in managing ever-increasing documents that they need to conduct their businesses. IBM® content management and imaging solutions can capture, store, manage, integrate, and deliver various forms of content throughout an enterprise. These tools can help reduce costs associated with content management and help organizations deliver improved customer service. The advanced document capture capabilities are provided through IBM Datacap software. This IBM Redbooks® publication focuses on Datacap components, system architecture, functions, and capabilities. It ... [more]


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IBM Software for SAP Solutions
Enterprise Content Management

Redbooks, published 29 Sep 2015

SAP is a market leader in enterprise business application software. SAP solutions provide a rich set of composable application modules, and configurable functional capabilities that are expected from a comprehensive enterprise business application software suite. In most cases, companies that adopt SAP software remain heterogeneous enterprises running both SAP and non-SAP systems to support their business processes. Regardless of the specific scenario, in heterogeneous enterprises most SAP implementations must be integrated with a variety of non-SAP enterprise systems:
- Portals ... [more]


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Enterprise Content Management for SAP
Enterprise Content Management

Redpaper, published 15 Sep 2015

IBM® Enterprise Content Management (ECM) portfolio software enables the largest organizations in the world to make better decisions, faster. By gaining control of structured and unstructured information, organizations can access, collaborate, and influence business decisions in new ways, making content a first-class source of insight. With industry-specific IBM ECM solutions, organizations can capture, manage, and share content throughout the information lifecycle, helping to ensure compliance, reduce costs, and maximize productivity. The IBM ECM portfolio includes a wide array of ... [more]


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The above is a list of IBM Redbooks and Redpapers on Enterprise Content Management, showing most recently published first. Most of these publications are available in Adobe PDF format and may be viewed online or downloaded for offline viewing and printing. Read our How to buy page for details on how to order a bound hardcopy.



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