Future of Content Platforms

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Future of Content Platforms - Lift/Thinkdata Conf - March 2010

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Future of Content Platforms

  1. 1. Lift@Home - ThinkData March 2010 - Stéphane Croisier Product Strategy Manager
  2. 2. What is Content?
  3. 3. So many actors
  4. 4. Characterized by cryptic acronyms (ECM, RM, WCM, DMS, CCM, DAM…)
  5. 5. A Fast Peace of Innovation
  6. 6. …and most of the time vendor lock-in scenarios
  7. 7. So what is the Future of Content?
  8. 8. 1) Content Assets, Digital Assets, Information Assets – Who cares?
  9. 9. …leverage metadata at best…
  10. 10. …and take care of your content lifecycles
  11. 11. 2) Content Interoperability
  12. 12. Failure of content silos
  13. 13. Open Standards, Open Source and Open Content Trilogy
  14. 14. Towards LinkedData?
  15. 15. 3) Actionable Content
  16. 16. Just tons of untapped and non-actionable content items? Turn insights into actionable items
  17. 17. 4) Improving access to Information
  18. 18. 5) Reaching the next level of Semanticity
  19. 19. Information Overload Syndrom
  20. 20. Automagically surface the best and curate the rest
  21. 21. 6) Engagement and Collaboration
  22. 22. Current state of your of your social infrastructure?
  23. 23. “ Enterprisesoftware platforms emergent 2.0 is the use of within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers. „ Andrew McAfee Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
  24. 24. 7) Leverage your Social Intelligence
  25. 25. From Personal Knowledge…
  26. 26. … to Collective Intelligence
  27. 27. 8) Reaching the next level of Mashability
  28. 28. Data-driven Mashability
  29. 29. Content-driven Mashability
  30. 30. 9) New Generation Publishing Services
  31. 31. Future of Content: The Unified Content Management Platform (CMP) Publishing Services Library Services MultiChannel Dashboards Mashability Scanning& Scripting Multi-variate Testing Web Imaging Video Mashups (Coumpound) Personalization Documents Images Forms Social Gadgets Email File Plan Portlets Engagement & Actionable Content Collaboration Workflow Communities Rules UGC Business Processing Activity Streams JCR Query Social Graph standards Content Interoperability Indexing Social Networks and Open Standards SocialRank CMIS Semantic Lifting Related Content Information Access Semanticity
  32. 32. The best of all possible worlds: utopia or soon a reality? Publishing Services WCM Platform Library Services MultiChannel Dashboards Mashability Scripting Multi-variate Testing Scanning& Web Imaging Portal Platform Video Mashups ECM Platform (Coumpound) Personalization Documents Images Forms Social Gadgets Email File Plan Portlets Engagement & Actionable Content Collaboration Workflow Communities Rules UGC Business Processing Activity Streams JCR Social Platform Query Social Graph standards Content Interoperability Indexing Social Networks and Open Standards SocialRank CMIS Semantic Lifting Search Platform Related Content Information Access Semanticity
  33. 33. A Content Platform for techies…. I am an engineer Do you speak JEE/.Net? Where is the dev list? Does it work on WAS? Does it support JSR286? Where are the easter eggs? CMIS rocks!
  34. 34. … to solution the needs of practitioners
  35. 35. Content-centric Platforms + Content-enabled Applications ________________ First-Class Solutions for Tomorrow

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