Back to Basics

This is a guest blog by SeeUnity CEO, Dan Anderson. Over the years, organizations have complicated the use of different applications within businesses. They have either stacked applications on top of one another to create all-in-one solutions, or they have ignored the fact that their employees are in need of additional applications to make their … Continued

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Considerations for Legacy and Next Generation ECM Systems

How organizations are actually using their ECM Recently AIIM and Alfresco came together to identify how legacy ECM systems may be holding organizations back. To begin, their report states that over 50% of organizations say that most of their content (documents, email, etc.) lives outside of their ECM system. You can see how this may … Continued

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The Considerations of the Modern ECM Migration

Migration and Considerations In the years that I have been in this industry, I have seen countless ECM migrations. Many that are successful, and others that weren’t so successful. In recent years, though, the motivations for migration have changed. Sure you have the typical M&A that pushes organizations from one system to another, but that … Continued

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Unchained from the Enterprise

*This is a guest blog written by SeeUnity CEO and Co-founder, Dan Anderson. This is part of a longer blog series we are calling Looking Ahead: CEO Blog Series Technology in firms and organizations has changed tremendously since I started in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) industry. People like me are used to being tied down … Continued

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ECM Landscape: The History Surrounding the Changing ECM Market

*This is a guest blog written by SeeUnity CEO and Co-founder, Dan Anderson. This is part of a longer blog series we are calling Looking Ahead: CEO Blog Series When SeeUnity began in 2005, we knew Microsoft SharePoint was going to be a large player in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market. What gave us insight … Continued

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