Keeping Enterprise Content Alive

February 16, 2012

It is easy to dump content into one of the popular content management systems, but assigning value to that content while storing it and making it searchable is quite a challenge.  Word of Pie weighs in on keeping enterprise systems alive, be it in SharePoint or through other solutions in, “Keeping Your Content Alive, With or Without SharePoint.”   The author points out that the issue lies not with any one particular system, but rather with an overall need to refocus content management systems.

The author states:

 . . . a strong collaborative system, properly designed and implemented, can give Content life. I think Billy (Cripe) puts it best when he says that Content should be exhibited.  I think that this type of system where Content is developed and readily revisited and leveraged is great.  It just isn’t the only way.

The author goes on to explain that the value of information lies in its context; therefore, a successful content management solution will incorporate the context in assigning value to the content.  Fabasoft Mindbreeze and their suite of enterprise search solutions assigns this type of value and context to the content it manages.

Read more in the press release, “More Time for the Essentials with Fabasoft Mindbreeze.”

With the new release, Fabasoft Mindbreeze displays search results clearer and more structured. Index tabs break down search results in specific groups and topics. That way, users see immediately what documents contain the search term and in what context it is mentioned. With this structured overview, users find what they are looking for much faster.

Subsequent releases have improved on the performance of Mindbreeze, but the framework listed above remains the same.  If your organization needs to bring its content back to life, include Fabasoft Mindbreeze on your list of options.

Emily Rae Aldridge, February 16, 2012

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