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Social Media & Governance
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Social Media & Governance

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Organizations want to improve collaboration and innovation, but also ensure regulatory compliance and control. AIIMs research suggests that a majority of organizations recognize Enterprise 2.0 as …

Organizations want to improve collaboration and innovation, but also ensure regulatory compliance and control. AIIMs research suggests that a majority of organizations recognize Enterprise 2.0 as critical to the success of their business goals and objectives, but an increasing amount of regulations also require good control and security.

This presentation summarize AIIM's Enterprise 2.0 research from all perspectives including technology, business drivers and market dynamics, but will also the necessary link between ECM and Enterprise 2.0.

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