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Lektion 06-09

September 8, 2011

Här under kommer det att ligga en massa teori från lektioner 6-9.

Lektion 06 ——————————————–

Vad är ECM (Enterprise content management)

The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) International. Bestämmer benäningen.

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the strategies, methods and tools used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM covers the management of information within the entire scope of an enterprise whether that information is in the form of a paper document, an electronic file, a database print stream, or even an email.

Vad är då CMS (Content management system)
A content management system (CMS) is a collection of procedures used to manage work flow in a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual or computer-based. The procedures are designed to do the following:
– Allow for a large number of people to contribute to and share stored data
– Control access to data, based on user roles (defining which information users or user groups can view, edit, publish, etc.)
– Aid in easy storage and retrieval of data
– Reduce repetitive duplicate input
– Improve the ease of report writing
– Improve communication between users

Så vad är skillnaden

CMS       Content Management System
Software used to create, edit, manage, and publish content in a
consistently organized fashion.

(Source: Wikipedia)

ECM       Enterprise Content Management
The technologies used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver
content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM tools
and strategies allow the management of an organization’s unstructured
information, wherever that information exists.

(Source: AIIM)

The first obvious difference we see here is that the CMS definition explicitly mentions software; it’s a software system (or systems) for a specific use (managing and publishing content – whatever that is!).  On the other hand, the ECM definition mentions both strategies and tools. So let us take a look at the roots and history of our two TLA’s.

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När man väljer ett CMS

Basic functionality: Generally when people think of CMS, they think of basic tasks like creating, deleting, editing and organizing pages. Mostly people assume that all CMS provide these features and thus they take them for granted. However, it is not so. Therefore, always check the core functionality.

Management: There are some CMS that are not good enough when it comes to managing files and images. A badly designed CMS can mar the usability of the site. Therefore, always check out how the content management system deals with uploading and attaching PDFs, Word documents and other files.

Editor: This is one feature that deserves attention. The majority of CMS have a WYSIWYG editor. The editor is the interface through which content is added and amended. Ensure your list of requirements includes an editor designed on this principle and that does not give content providers control over the appearance. It should also be able to handle images and downloaded files.

Search: This is an important feature of every website. When looking for a search feature in a CMS, look for thoroughness, speed, scope, ranking and customization.

Customization: A CMS should be highly flexible and customizable. The presentation of the content should not be dictated by the technology. A CMS should allow flexibility in the way content is retrieved and presented. Flexibility makes a CMS stand out.

Roles and permissions: With time, the number of content providers on a site increases. Thus a site would them require more control over who can edit what. For example, you may want to have a group that may be able to post job notifications but not add content to the home page. For this, you need a CMS that supports permissions.

User interaction: User feedback is an important feature which almost every website requires. For this, a CMS must provide the functionality or allow a third-party plug-in to provide it. Also, in order to host a community on your website, you will require functionality such as chat, forums, comments and ratings. Therefore, look for a CMS that provides all these functionality.

Multiple website support: This is really a must have feature. Most of the CMS provide the multiple website support. You may not require to manage more than a single website earlier, but this may change later on. You might require to launch a new website to target a narrower audience. Therefore, look for a CMS that provides this feature.

Versioning: To be able to revert to a previous version of a page allows you to quickly recover if something is posted by mistake. Some CMS have complex versioning functionality that allows you to roll back to a specific date.

Multiple language support: Although websites may specifically target the domestic markets, but you really can not dismiss this functionality. Even if your product is language-specific, that could change. It is important that your CMS be able to grow with your business and evolving requirements.
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Olika CMS
– WP
– Radiant (RoR)
– Silverstripe (Php)
– Joomla
– Drupal
– Magento
– Concrete 5
– Sharepoint
– Os comerse
– Episerver
– Blogger/Tumbler
– Sycore
– Magnolia
– Hippo CMS
– Alfresco

http://trends.builtwith.com/cms

Lektion 07 ——————————————–

Sociala medier i ett intranät. Varför?
(Information)
– Laganda
– Personlig information
– Skapa intresse för…
– Reklam
– Uppmuntra till kommunikation
– Lättare/snabbare att få information
– Filtrering av information
– Tillkoms till information
– Tidssparande (gör det enklare)
– Miljövänligt (den papperslösa organisationen)
– Mäta pulsen på företaget
– Säkerhet?
– Trygghet
– Förstå trender
– “Det finns där” (Arkivering)
– Lättare att internrekrytera
– Bibehålla kunskap

ECM “Paraplynamn” som inefattar…
– Dokumenthantering,
– Affärssystem (digitalt),
– Arbetsflöde,
– Sammarbetplattformar
– Sök
– Webcontent hantering
– övriga… Arkivering, Ärendehantering, Sociala medier etc

Två brancher, olika behov?
Bank
– Tjänster
– Det som påverkar ekonomi, världen
– Snabba transaktioner /Säkra
– Förutsäga marknaden
– “mjuka saker”
– (Valuta omvandling)
– Säkerhet

Medicin
– Produkter
– Forskning
– “Hårda saker”
– Spårbarhet

Stora grupp-uppgiften är att skapa ett Intranät till Lindex
– 1. Behov (brainstorma i grupp/gör en analys)
– 2. Spec (Normalt ärkraven något som kunden står för, i den här övningen ska ni speca vad ni ska göra/leverera)
– 3. Sitemap (Lägg in i dokumentet)
– 4. Wireframe (Lägg in i dokumentet)

Lektion 08 ——————————————–

SP är en förlängning av Exchange servern och en
del av Office.

( Den är värd ca: 1.8billioner US$ för MS och omsätter
ca: 7billioner US$ för deras partners )

– Windows SP Services =  CMS

– Microsoft Office Sharepoint Service =  “extra” funktioner som ex..  Sammarbets delen, Portaler, Sök, etc.. BI, business managment,/process,

– Microft SP Portal Server = Sammanlänkar människor/
kunskaper. Underlättar sök.

Sök på följande, och diskutera efteråt.

– Vad ärInfoPath?
Ett program för att skapa xml baserade formulär.
(Skiljer på data och utsende)

– Vad är en webpart?
De gör det möjligt för användaren att ändra utseendet
(ej färg/form) och modifera inehållet.

– Hur ändrar jag en design i SP?🙂
Sharepoint designer. Tips! Heather Solomon

– Vad är “The cloud”?
“The internet”

Bonus – (Vad är Silverlight)?
typ flash fast microsoft

Lektion 09 ——————————————–

Sharepoints och andra ECMs framtid?

– Fler applikationer, fast förenklat. (Iphone appar)

– The cloud

– Social integration.

– Större skalbarhet

– Mer användarvänligt

– BI (tänk på ekonomin idag)

– Smart sök

– Männskligare kommunikation

– längre fram = saker ska anpassas/sökas etc efter DINA behov. “okumentet hittar dig”

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