Six Media Convergence Challenges Organizations Must Consider

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Click through for six challenges businesses must consider when mapping out their media strategy, as identified by Prithwiraj Deb, Associate Manager - ECM Practice at Virtusa Corporation.

Topics : Application Security, IT Process Management, Six Sigma

Over the past few years, digital content, and more specifically the presence of new media delivery platforms such as smartphones, tablet PCs, and social networks has begun to explode. When combined with a growing global business community and increased accessibility, these newer content channels present businesses with the unique challenge of consistently providing the right content to the right people across all channels (i.e. print, Web, television, mobile, and social).  Organizations that traditionally deliver content through channels such as print and television are now facing the challenge of sharing that same information with new age media.  When looking at the convergence of various media channels, there are several content management-related issues that organizations must consider.

Based on his experience with enterprise content management, Web content management, portal development and storage technology, Prithwiraj Deb, Associate Manager - ECM Practice at Virtusa Corporation, discusses six key challenges organizations are facing with media convergence.

 

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