The weekly recap: April 27

Holy content, Batman! As you could clearly see this week, we’re pretty excited about the evolution of enterprise content management into content services.

After all, and not to brag (too much), we saw it coming a while ago. That’s why we embraced the idea of organizations using a content services platform – together with microservices they can pick and choose – to transform the way they use information.

Here’s a recap of what we were up to this week.

The Hyland Blog

  • A content services approach is such a game-changer, we dedicated an entire week to the concept – on both our blogs!

In case you didn’t catch it, here’s the introduction to our series by Glenn Gibson, Hyland’s Director of Product Communication. He’s an expert who has actively participated in this industry transformation over the last 15 years.

  • Do you find content services confusing or crystal clear?

Either way, this great piece by Katie Alberti shares some conversations about content services that tech leaders had at the AIIM18 conference.

  • This is cool. We’re partnering with the Space Communications and Navigation Program at NASA Glenn to host Girls in ICT Day!

The event will encourage and empower young women to launch careers in technology.

  • Content services fits naturally in the cloud, says Tori Ballantine. The cloud lets users access their info reliably, where and when they need it.

And with content services, empowering the user with customized solutions tailored to their unique needs and expectations is the name of the game.

  • I’m going to have to start making my questions a little trickier. A tech-savvy reader sent the correct answer and explanation for the second edition of 2 truths and 1 lie in seven minutes!

Hyland news

  • This week at Oracle’s Collaborate 18: Technology and Applications Forum, Hylander Kevin Ryan hosted a session where he discussed the value of intelligent capture to automate the collection, extraction, and verification of data from any document, including PO-based invoices, and achieve touchless processing.

My favorite thing this week

  • So many animal shenanigans to choose from this week, but I think I need to go with: “Texas town to host .5K race for underachievers.”

Billed as a “race for the rest of us,” the Boerne .5k is actually only .31 miles long and includes a coffee and donut break in the middle.

A hilarious idea that was booked to capacity almost immediately, which is cool, because the goal is to raise money for charity.

Have a great weekend everyone!

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he’s a content marketing manager at Hyland, as well as the editor... read more about: Scoop Skupien

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