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Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
Open standards and open source mean open for business   cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012
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Open standards and open source mean open for business cms expo session mc-kinnon may 2012

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Session delivered at CMSExpo May 2012 by Cheryl McKinnon. Session outlines the Web's 3 O's - open standards, open source and open data and their importance in the content management sector

Session delivered at CMSExpo May 2012 by Cheryl McKinnon. Session outlines the Web's 3 O's - open standards, open source and open data and their importance in the content management sector

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  • 1. Open Standards, Open Source, Open for Business Cheryl McKinnon @CherylMcKinnon www.aiim.orgSunday, May 13, 2012
  • 2. Great Shoes... This is my friend Arlene We worry about the same things2Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 3. ...Awesome Pants This is Fred Wildon Fickett... He has splendid pants Courtesy of: ConsortiumLibrary.org3Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 4. Electronic Ephemera or Historians Delight? • We are transitioning from the era of “Systems of Record” to that of “Systems of Engagement” • Most content on the web today is intended for short term engagement • Communication not designed for easy capture or preservation • But... my friends “awesome shoes” are the next centurys “splendid4 pants”Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 5. 5Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 6. Agenda • The Webs 3 Os – Open Standards – Open Source – Open Data • How do we connect the dots in a better way?6Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 7. Open Standards are Essential to Content Management7Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 8. Open Standards – Why? • Metadata • Portability and Interoperability • Preservation8Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 9. The Real Why? • I Cant Read My Masters Thesis Anymore9Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 10. Open Standards – Metadata • Build common ground applications • Cross-application findability • Be part of bigger web initiatives to connect data and content – Linked Data Initiative – Machine readable connections among entities, URLs – Enrich data by using other sources about same thing10Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 11. Open Standards – Metadata • Dublin Core – Initiated by academic, museum and archive institutions, wide adoption in content management systems – Core elements of metadata • XML – W3C, Human Readable • Vertical-Specific – OASIS – LegalXML for electronic filing – EDRM.net for information exchange across eDiscovery platforms11Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 12. Open Standards – Metadata • Schema.org – Consortium led by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo – Standard web schemas designed to improve search and findability – Shared markup vocabulary12Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 13. Open Standards – Interoperability • CMIS (started 2006, ratified 1.0 in 2010) – OASIS managed, interoperability across document-centric content management systems • WEMI (new project) – OASIS managed, interoperability across web- centric content management systems – 35 charter members • OpenSocial – An Open API more than a “standard” – Google initiated, frameworks under Apache – For social networking, portal and collaboration systems13Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 14. Open Standards – Interoperability • Harvest from Content Silos, Dont Smash Them • Find common ground across repositories and applications • Use Cases for – Repository to Repository – Federated Repositories – Application to Repositories14Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 15. Open Standards – Preservation • Still much work to be done... – Document-centric content ODF (OASIS) and PDF/A (ISO) – Images/graphics PNG – Video, audio, rich media still has much work to be done15Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 16. Open Standards - Preservation • Web and Mobile – Closed vs. Open •Apps vs Web – Dont confuse authoring and consumption preferences with preservation16Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 17. Preservation of Content • Is there an internal company retention policy for external communication? • How long must content be stored, even after removed from web site • Institutional memory, audit, electronic discovery, historical requirements17Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 18. Open Source Levels the Playing Field for Doing Business on the Web18Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 19. Open Source – Full Spectrum • Beyond Web Content Management... • Document and Records Management • Scanning / Capture • Workflow and BPM • Analytics and Reporting • Data Management • Collaboration and Social Platforms • ...Entire Lifecycle of Digital Content from Creation to Delivery to Disposition now a Reality19Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 20. Open Source – Full Spectrum • Content Management professionals can now think about the entire business lifecycle of content – Manage, enrich, revise and approve it across deeper spectrum of business process20Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 21. Open Source – Full Spectrum • Organizations can take back their enterprise and web content management roadmap • Flexibility to move to cloud, mobile or expand deployments without red-tape of typical vendor licensing • Mature support systems back most major projects21Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 22. Open Data Delivers the Opportunity of Big Data to Everyone22Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 23. Open Data – New Perspectives • Not hype, but new perspectives on citizen and consumer behavior • Big data problems might not be your own • Unleash the hidden power of public and private sector data23Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 24. Open Data – Needs Other Os • Success of open data initiatives dependent on other “O”s – Open Source licensing models that are non-restrictive and encourage use of data – Open Standards for data that can be exchanged, used analyzed across range of external systems • Put data to work, not let it languish in archives24Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 25. Info Overload to Dark Ages 2.0 • Open Standards and Open Source among the few real buffers against loss of digital artifacts • Formats not controlled by vendors • Independence from hardware or operating system platforms • Distributed source code management ensures unprecedented availability and ability to rebuild • Able to live outside lock down of digital rights management for appropriate educational and preservation use cases25Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 26. Fighting 19th Century Battles26Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • 27. Thank you. Cheryl McKinnon @CherylMcKinnon www.aiim.org cheryl@candystrategies.com27Sunday, May 13, 2012

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