Addressing the Five Myths of Document Management

“Every document management system on the market today has this as its central thesis: electronic documents are like just like paper ones — if you want to find them later, you need to organize and store them centrally. It’s easy to come to this conclusion, given it’s been true for things like books at least since the original Library of Alexandria (3rd Century BC). But it’s not true anymore. Unlike paper documents, electronic files don’t need to be kept together to be searchable, as long as the system knows where they are. It’s just like the World Wide Web ……”

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