CHOOSING SOFTWARE TO MANAGE YOUR ENTERPRISE'S CONTENT
Identify The Types Of Content That Your Enterprise Needs To Manage
It will be necessary to identify the various types of content that your business will need to manage. For example, your business may have blogs, videos, training materials, and numerous other types of content that it may need to keep safe. By assessing the various types of content that you have and the quantities of content, it will be easier to choose an ECM software solution that will be capable of meeting this need. For example, a business that has a lot of video content that needs to be managed may have different needs than a business that primarily has written content.
Choose An Enterprise Content Management Software Solution That Can Provide Backups
Unfortunately, your business may face the risk of losing much of its content. This can often be the result of a sudden hardware failure, cyber-attack, or other situation that could cause this data to be lost. Choosing an enterprise content management software system that supports backups can be an important step as it will allow you to easily copy this data so that it can be safely stored. Many enterprise content management systems can provide varying degrees of backup solutions. Reviewing this before committing to a particular option can help you to choose an ECM software solution that will be fully compatible with your backup needs.
Ensure You Have Security And Monitoring In Place For Your ECM Software Solution
Due to the value and importance of your enterprise's content, you will need to have security policies in place that will make it easier for you to be able to keep this data safe and secure. In addition to routine measures to prevent cyber attacks or other issues, you may also want a comprehensive logging system. This system will allow you to identify the actions that each user has taken. This can make it easier to track problems, changes, or other issues with this content. Furthermore, you will need a system in place that can allow an individual to rapidly change their passcodes in the event that they are compromised. Luckily, most enterprise content management software solutions will allow secure profiles to be created, and these profiles can have their access rights limited based on the type of work that they will be doing.