Age of Contentment – ECM for Everyone

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Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has evolved into powerful content services. In this episode, we talk about the shift in use of ECM solutions to content services and what it means for organizations today. Hear solutions, strategies, and thoughts on future technologies for records and content management for organizations small to large. Guests include Ian Story, PPM of OneDrive and SharePoint, and AIIM Board Chair, along with past AIIM president John Mancini, Forrester Principal Analyst Cheryl McKinnon, and Microsoft ecosystem partner Record Point.


Running Time: 1hr 16min

Show Intro + Topic of the Week – ECM [00:00:00:00]

Guest Perspective – Ian Story, Principal Program Manager, OneDrive and SharePoint [00:05:45:00]

Guest Perspective – ECM and AIIM Roundtable with Ian Story, John Mancini, Cheryl McKinnon [00:23:30:00]

Guest Perspective – Erica Toelle and Anthony Woodward, Record Point [00:39:30:00]

FAQ [01:04:10:00]

Upcoming Events [01:10:50:00]

Show Wrap [01:14:30:00]


Social and Info Links:

SharePoint site

SharePoint Community Blog

SharePoint Facebook @MSSharePoint

SharePoint Twitter@SharePoint

Mark Kashman Twitter @mkashman

Chris McNulty Twitter @cmcnulty2000

Record Point Twitter @recordpoint

Erica Toelle Twitter @ericatoelle

Anthony Woodward Twitter @woodwa



The Intrazone Audience Survey

Microsoft Enterprise Content Management (ECM)


Record Point Blog Posts related to topics discussed in conversation Artificial Intelligence for Records Management


Upcoming Events:

SPS Events and on Twitter @SPS_Events

SharePoint Fest and on Twitter @SharePointFest 

SharePoint Conference North America, May 21-23, 2019

Microsoft Ignite | The Tour

SPTechCon, Austin, TX, February 10-13, 2019

AIIM Conference, San Diego, CA, March 26-28, 2019


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