Content management isn’t just a system you buy or implement. It is always, however, something you do. Managing content is the goal, regardless of technology or technique. This presentation examines content management as a practice, focusing on: Content Users Business requirements Processes
As technical communication becomes increasingly technical, and as the pace of change accelerates, it’s important for technical communicators to stay informed about new technologies, tools, and trends. That’s the job of Beyond the Bleeding Edge, a session that provides an early warning system for STC members.
Take a journey into the Information Ecosystem where you will discover how structured information lives within your organization. Content is all around you: in places you may least expect. It exhibits predictable properties and behaviors that will help you capture and classify information for better management of your content.
Learn how doing content differently will bring you different results. See how a health, a travel, and a finance organization tried a new approach to their content and will never go back to the old one. A health company changed its content from a sales problem into a sales asset. A hotel company transformed editorial […]