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Lee Dallas is one of the brains behind Big Men on Content - an incisive independent blog on the world of enterprise content management, which Lee created together with Marko Sillanpaa.

Lee works for EMC on partner system engineering.

In this episode Lee discusses the future of enterprise content management with James Lappin.  Lee said that the rise of SharePoint had been the major trend of the last five year.  But the major trend of the next five years would be the need for enterprise content management systems to react to the challenge of mobile devices.  Lee explains why transitioning ECM systems to smaller mobile devices is far from straightfoward.

James and Lee discussed the limitations of the 'document' as a format, and speculate on what formats might emerge to improve on it.  This gave Lee an opportunity to explain his view that in IT, nothing ever dies.

This podcast was recorded on 30 September 2010

Direct download: FutureDirectionsForECM-LeeDallasTalksWithJamesLappin.mp3
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