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Essential SharePoint 2010: Overview, Governance, and Planning by Mauro Cardarelli, Susan Hanley, Scott Jamison

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Chapter 12. Putting Your Site on the Web

Enterprise content management (ECM) is a widely recognized IT industry term for software technology that enables organizations to create/capture, manage/secure, store/retain/destroy, publish/distribute, search, personalize, and present/view/print any digital content related to organizational processes. Whew—that’s a mouthful. So what does this mean? In short, it means storing Web or document content electronically and then making sure it is managed appropriately.

ECM played a big part in the overall success of MOSS 2007 intranets and collaboration sites. The native SharePoint features associated with ECM made it easy for all users to manage and publish content to be leveraged by peers across the company. ...

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