Every Friday we publish our “Follow Friday” series which features a few industry news articles we would like to share with you. We are constantly finding interesting, fun, exciting, noteworthy, shocking and industry-changing articles all week long on the internet. Check us out every week to see what catches our eye around the web!
This week’s Follow Friday articles include how companies will approach SharePoint and records management, HTML5 Dev Conference, the case of barcodes on election ballots and more.
SharePoint or No, Organizations Need to Rethink Approach to Records Management - CMSWIRE
By Joe Shepley
In the last post, I called it like I seen it: SharePoint out of the box can’t do records management. 2007, 2010, 2013 — none of ‘em left to their own devices are worth much when it comes to automating the retention and (more importantly) disposition of your records according to the retention schedule.
But as if that weren't provocative enough, I also argued that, regardless of system (SharePoint, IBM FileNet/P8/CMOD, EMC Documentum, OpenText, Hyland OnBase, whatever), and regardless of the capabilities of that system, pretty much no one is actually doing real records management on their electronic content.
This Week’s Links: HTML5 Dev Conf Edition - The New York Times
By Andre Behrens
Last week, I attended the HTML5 Dev Conf in San Francisco. Overall the event was quite illuminating; I got a strong sense of where the web development community sees itself, and where it would like to go. This week’s links are to slides of talks I heard, as well as some I couldn’t attend but heard good things about. This is by no means an exhaustive list.
Read more to see the additional articles that made this week's list.