M-Files explains intelligent information management
|Richard Harris in Artificial Intelligence Tuesday, December 26, 2017|
AI-enabled information management platform, M-Files 2018, gets all new offerings.
The amount of information companies must manage is exploding, while demands related to compliance and the need to automate and simplify are increasing. Legacy enterprise content management (ECM) systems and other traditional approaches to managing information aren't working. Information is either locked up in rigid, one-size-fits-all systems or it chaotically proliferates across multiple disconnected systems. Companies are struggling to effectively manage documents and other information stored across these "information silos," and as a result, employees can't quickly find the information they need to do their jobs.
"M-Files 2018 introduces a new approach we call ‘intelligent information management’ that has driven analysts, industry experts and all types of organizations to completely re-think their traditional definitions and approaches for managing information," said Miika Makitalo, CEO at M-Files. "M-Files 2018 signifies the end of the myth that 'all content must reside in one system.' Our vision has always been that it doesn’t really matter where information is stored; what's important is the actual information itself, as well as what it's related to and the context that makes it relevant."
The Intelligent Metadata Layer is a new innovation in the M-Files architecture that supports connectors to external systems. Once a connector to an external system is installed, information residing within that system is immediately available directly via its mobile app, its desktop application and web access. Users can search and browse without migrating data and without impacting users of the connected system. Information residing in external systems can also be enriched with metadata, which enables the platform to establish relevance and context when searching for information across existing business systems.
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