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Study Shows Monolithic ECM Suites Giving Way to Modern Content Services Platforms

In a recent survey commissioned by ASG Technologies , Forrester Consulting today unveiled the increased need for modern approaches to enterprise content management (ECM) in today's fast-paced, hybrid IT environment. The results show that technology leaders are seeking tools and approaches that enable them to access, view and use any content regardless of location, while concurrently there is increased urgency and challenges surrounding how to protect both customer and enterprise data in the wake of mounting regulatory and compliance demands.

"The monolithic ECM suites that have been pervasive in enterprises for decades are giving way to modern -- often cloud-based -- content platforms," the Forrester study states. A new approach to content management, one that utilizes a content services architecture, can enable businesses to easily access and integrate content from any device, anywhere to help enterprises improve the way they access and manage content.

"Volumes of unstructured data stores are growing while users simultaneously desire and expect access to information wherever and whenever it is needed. To manage that, enterprises must implement flexible content services architectures that enable well-developed processes and procedures, no matter where information is stored," said Swamy Viswanathan, Chief Product Officer and Executive Vice President, ASG Technologies. "We believe this study clearly illustrates the ECM challenges facing today's enterprise and the strategies businesses are employing to adapt to the hybrid IT environment.

Simmonds Is MVP in ASG Win

— Wayne Simmonds scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:58 to play, and fill-in coach Wayne Gretzky led the Metropolitan Division to a 4-3 victory over the Pacific Division on Sunday in the final match of the revamped NHL All-Star Game.

Columbus’ Cam Atkinson scored the tying goal for the Metropolitans in the four-team, 3-on-3 divisional tournament format introduced to the midseason classic last season. Washington goalie Braden Holtby then made several big saves to secure the win for his 11-man team, which will split a $1 million prize.

Simmonds, the Flyers’ first-time All-Star, was named the game’s MVP after he put the Metropolitans ahead. The goal completed a hat trick for the former Kings forward, who is still well-liked in Los Angeles after he was traded to Philadelphia in 2011.

Simmonds and Atkinson, a late addition to the team, scored three goals apiece.

But the game was secondary when the NHL’s best gathered on a 72-degree day in Hollywood. A sellout crowd at Staples Center cheered the first All-Star Game for Connor McDavid, Auston Matthews, Patrik Laine and a host of young talent.