Mobile devices and tablets have quickly become the primary means by which we conduct business and collaborate on content.
Our expectation in the use of these devices is that they will not only enable us to work wherever and whenever we want but that they will enable us to focus on the business at hand; specifically providing more opportunity for innovation and improvement in customer service.
What better way to accomplish just that, than to add cloud to the mix. Enabling content collaboration in the cloud is top of mind for many of our clients implementing Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems and it's "ECM on cloud" that these businesses are looking for.
Until recently, the landscape was filled with offerings that took a bolt-on approach, which in the eyes of many creates yet again, another digital landfill. Cloud-based content sharing that is adopted in this manner is rarely reused, and it is definitely not treated as a business critical asset.
In fact, it very quickly becomes old information, something that has been sitting around, undiscoverable and unusable. You might say that it even starts to grow moss. And as I wrote the prior sentence, the title of this blog and following image came to mind:
Talk about old, outdated and unused, not to mention analog!
When was the last time a pay phone was within reaching distance?
So if you are looking for a way for your organization to securely manage and collaborate on trusted content from anywhere, across any device, delivering better business outcomes, then I invite you to learn more about IBM Navigator on Cloud.