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How to Make Web 2.0 Work Using Open-Source Enterprise Content Management

Article Source eWeek
September 28, 2009, 12:07 pm

Web 2.0 sites have changed the way content is being accessed around the globe by remote workers, requiring easier access points through tools such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. The clunky and traditionally expensive enterprise content management (ECM) methods no longer apply, as budgets are tightening and workers are requiring more user-friendly Web 2.0 tools on the go.

In order to make the most out of Web 2.0 investments, organizations need ECM solutions to be economical, simple and able to handle a large amount of content. At the same time, these ECM solutions need to allow companies the freedom to choose to use tools based on the changing needs of their organization. Open-source ECM enables organizations to more easily and cost-effectively manage content, projects and people using both internal and external Web 2.0 sites to create a better collaborative working environment...

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