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Benefits and Insights

Why use Microsoft ECM?

Key differentiators & advantages of Microsoft ECM

  • Managing Digital Assets in SharePoint
    Digital asset management (DAM) includes functionality that supports the ingestion, annotation, storage, retrieval, and rendering of digital content, including audio, video, and images.

  • Managing Documents in SharePoint
    Document management (DM) includes functionality to create, store, and track documents, document sets, and other types of content. The feature area includes a content organizer, a template for a Document Center, and infrastructure required to support the creation of document sets. It also includes technology that you can use to navigate through collections of documents and filter based on metadata, and a way to locate documents based on metadata defaults.

  • Managing Records and eDiscovery in SharePoint
    Records management (RM) includes functionality used to identify documents as records, and ways to manage those records throughout their life cycle—identifying and creating records, eDiscovery or hold, auditing, expiration, and disposal. In SharePoint Server 2010, records management supports managing records in an archive or repository, and supports in-place records management.

  • Managing Enterprise Metadata in SharePoint
    Enterprise metadata, or managed metadata, is a hierarchical collection of centrally managed terms that you can define and then use as metadata throughout SharePoint Server 2010 and other Microsoft Office 2010 applications. The metadata is managed because terms and term sets (collections of terms) are managed independently of the columns or fields that require them.

  • N7Managing Web Content in SharePoint
    Web content management (WCM) enables the configuration, deployment, customization, and optimization of sites, site collections, pages, Web Parts, and documents.