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ECM

(1) (Enterprise Change Management) See version control and configuration management.

(2) (Error Correcting Mode) A Group 3 fax capability that can test for errors within a row of pixels and request retransmission. It is defined in the T.30 standard.

(3) (Enterprise Content Management) The management of unstructured information in an organization, wherever that information is found. ECM technologies are applied to traditional content, such as office documents and printed graphics, as well as Web pages, email and rich media. AIIM, an association specializing in ECM, names the specific steps of capture; manage; store; deliver; and preserve to describe what happens to organizational content. See WCM and AIIM.
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We are happy to recognize ePlus for its work to achieve Microsoft's Information Worker Solutions Competency in Portals and Enterprise Content Management," said Reed Overfelt, Mid Atlantic Area general manager for Microsoft's Small and Midmarket Solutions and Partners Group.
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provides recovery and replication software solutions that ensure the integrity, accessibility and authenticity of content and its metadata managed within enterprise content management (ECM) systems.
It is the first company to bring the power of open source to the enterprise content management market, enabling unprecedented scale and a much lower total cost of ownership than proprietary systems.
announced today the award of a task order to establish an integrated content strategy framework for VA's Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS).
ECM West will showcase more than 60 exhibitors focused on providing enterprise content management products and solutions, including, Abbyy Software, Eastman Kodak Company, EMC Corporation, Fast, Fujitsu, Hyland, IBM, Kofax, ScanOptics, Stellent, Visioneer, and Xenos Group Inc.
AAJ provides custom application development, portal and enterprise content management solutions, business process automation, system integration expertise, business intelligence and EPM solutions.
Plasmon's archival storage technology and disaster recovery solutions are directly in line with Concentia Digital's efforts to provide cost-effective solutions, such as the Multi-Media Archive Solution (MAS) to the Enterprise Content Management marketplace.

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