The Next Generation of Archiving
The new demands on the electronic archive and the pitfalls of legacy approaches
By: Elizabeth White
Oct. 25, 2012 05:00 PM
Today's CIOs and IT directors are facing new challenges in managing electronic content archives. In addition to the demand to meet evolving legal and regulatory requirements, organizations are creating a sea of structured and unstructured content in more formats and sent over more channels than ever before. The adoption of social media, web marketing, the use of audio, video, and sensor data is driving business leaders to consider new archiving processes and technologies that can keep pace as content shifts from static documents to human-friendly information.
The real question becomes: How to leverage the value of complex, diverse enterprise information? The answer, as this white paper explains, requires technology that enables an organization to understand the meaning of every piece of information to ensure quick and appropriate access when needed.
Packed with practical advice, this white paper discusses new demands on the electronic archive, the pitfalls of legacy approaches, and how Meaning Based Computing can take archiving to the next level.
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