Extend Content Services Platforms With Applications and Components to Meet Business- Specific Needs
Today’s digital first ecosystem demands that the scope of business content undergo a paradigm shift. The larger idea, of course, is to ensure that content services constitute a part of the broader digital workplace.
In this context, Gartner’s report titled, Extend Content Services Platforms With Applications and Components to Meet Business-Specific Needs examines the impact of these changing business models. For example, Gartner recommends that application leaders ought to pay attention to managing an increasingly content-centric application footprint. This is owing to the ease with which software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications can be procured and deployed by business stakeholders.
The report also offers a set of recommendations, designed to best cater to these requirements. To illustrate, as per the firm, application leaders ought to prioritize openness and ease of integration while evaluating a technology. The idea is to maximize effectiveness and ensure that the components of content services can be reused.
Disclaimer: Gartner Extend Content Services Platforms With Applications and Components to Meet Business-Specific Needs, Michael Woodbridge, Karen A. Hobert, Stephen Emmott, 2 February 2018. GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally, and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved.
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