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Making Sense of Distributed Content: Choosing the Right Blend of Consolidation and Federation

Date: October 20, 2005

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Stuart Levinson, VP Content Integration and Search Solutions, IBM (bio)
Connie Moore, Vice President and Research Director, Information Delivery Research Group, Forrester Research (bio)


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Most companies maintain multiple content management systems that isolate valuable unstructured information assets such as documents, images, e-mail, reports, digital media, and web content. This fragmentation often makes key content inaccessible to business processes and applications, resulting in costly inefficiencies, business process disruptions, and missed revenue opportunities. Moreover, regulatory requirements are forcing companies to take a more holistic approach to managing their content.

This webcast features Connie Moore, Vice President and Research Director at Forrester Research and Stuart Levinson, Vice President, Content Integration and Search Solutions at IBM. You will learn how an Enterprise Content Integration (ECI) platform enables the right blend of consolidation and federation to eliminate content silos, help reduce total cost of ownership and achieve regulatory compliance.

Webcast participants will gain valuable insight into:

  • Consolidation and Federation – ECI enables organizations to unify their content infrastructure by federating repositories that must remain in place and consolidating those that can be brought together.
  • Federated Records Management (FRM) – FRM is a unique and powerful solution that enables electronic recordkeeping to be consistently applied and managed across the enterprise through a blend of consolidation and federation.
  • Content-centric applications – ECI plays a key role in providing federated access to documents, images and other unstructured information from within portals, workflow and other enterprise applications that depend on unstructured content.

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Stuart Levinson is a Vice President responsible for IBM's unstructured integration business. As founder and CEO of Venetica, an innovator and leader in enterprise content integration, he found new ways for organizations to maximize the value of unstructured data for a range of mission critical applications like compliance, master data management, customer service and others. In October 2004 IBM acquired Venetica, and under his leadership IBM is expanding the value of its solutions for leading organizations around the world.

Connie Moore is a vice president and research director of Forrester's Information Delivery research group, which focuses on data integration, data warehousing, business intelligence, portals, collaboration, search, e-learning and enterprise content management. Connie has been in the IT industry for more than twenty years, has been an analyst for fifteen years and specializes in enterprise content management and business process management.

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