White Papers for Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA)
Affordability in Content Management and Compliance
The impetus on organizations to be transparent and fiscally prudent continues to intensify,motivated by the constant drive for more competitive efficiency and the need for compliance with corporate governance initiatives. Therefore, most organizations have moved to implement some type of content management system (CMS) to handle their data, such as RMA, DMS, Web-content management or a combined solution.
Because the types and volume of information continue to expand, CMS complexity and sophistication have grown in parallel. As a result, organizations can become overwhelmed when evaluating solutions to address their specific content management needs, particularly considering the hundreds of vendors offering a wide variety of content management tools. To compensate, potential users often end up evaluating CMS quality
based upon its capacity to handle what is perceived as the most complex and/or “hot” item in their suite of information materials—such as massive e-mail collections,Web content or digital rights management—rather than addressing the straightforward core capabilities the organization typically requires. Content management is a modular process, which should be developed to support new media in the same functional way that has for many years been used to handle paper files.
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