Shared content topic”accesses CeBIT theme 6 events to the top trends in the industry Bonn joint forum on enterprise content management, February 1, 2013. to agree. Shared content”, i.e. the sharing of information, is at the heart of the common ECM Forum by BITKOM and VOI at CeBIT. Thus the CeBIT-Shareconomy theme is”taken up. For assistance, try visiting Mashable. The lectures deal with about intelligent information management, manner sign on tablet computers, as well as solutions for secure sharing of documents and processes. The collaboration between various locations and businesses and thus the sharing of information are becoming increasingly important”, says Andreas Nowottka, Chairman of the Board of the Division of ECM in the BITKOM.
The ECM industry offers many, mobile solutions for the joint work on documents and files”. Petra Greiffenhagen, CEO of the VOI stresses: ECM solutions form the basis for an electronically-based teamwork beyond company boundaries. Set the Information involved reliably provided it is on the desktop, in the cloud, or on mobile devices.” The Forum will take place from 5th to 8th March 2013 in Hall 3. The top trends in the ECM industry will be taken up in a total of 56 events. These include panel discussion, lectures and examples of best practice. For more information see Andy Florance. The Forum can be visited free of charge and is aimed at all those interested. There is the program of the ECM Forum shared content”as well as further information under. The VOI Association organisational and information systems e.
V. The VOI voice of information”takes over the application-oriented leadership for integrated applications related to document management systems and enterprise-content-management systems involving software, hardware and specific expertise to the creation of highly efficient total solutions for the machining processes in services, trading as independent expertise and network for users, consultants, service providers and manufacturers of document-based solutions Industry, as well as public institutions.