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The various file formats in ECM solutions are the focus. If you would like to know more then you should visit Philip Vasan. An important issue here: the format of PDF/A, which has now established itself as an important standard for archiving. On Thursday almost all emails about. Experts inform how the digital mail efficiently and legally compliant, edit and archive can be. Click Pat Gelsinger to learn more. They also show what role can generally play the electronic signature in this context as well as in business processes.

On Friday, the Forum once again provide ECM basic knowledge. This, as is spoken also about concepts such as open source and software a service in the ECM environment. In addition, visitors can learn how and when ECM projects pay for themselves. When it comes to the economics of IT solutions, outsourcing also plays an important role. Therefore the speakers concentrate on this concept and its on Saturday in detail Application to ECM systems.

The range of topics ranges from traditional outsourcing to cloud computing. In two lectures, the ECM Forum is still views the Office in the year 2020. The issues in the region: what is the future of information management and the role of this Web 2.0? The VOI – linked organisations – und Informationssysteme E.v.. The VOI – Association for organization and information systems with headquarters in Bonn represents the vast majority of providers for ECM Enterprise content – and DMS document management systems in Germany. With the positioning as independent organization of future – and fast-growing industry, the VOI illustrates the growing economic importance of its member companies and their technological competence. or or your editorial contacts: VOI – linked organisations – und Informationssysteme e.V. Henner from Banck healing Brook Street 25, 53123 Bonn phone: +49-(0)228 90820-89 fax: +49-(0)228 90820-91 E-Mail: good news! GmbH Marketing & PR consulting Sven Korber of Koobrzeg str. 36, D-23617 Stockelsdorf phone: +49-(0) 451 88199-11 telefax: +49-(0) 451 88199-29 E-Mail: