Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1. The State of Information Management Chapter 2. A Pragmatic ECM Architecture Chapter 3. Assessing Your Environment Chapter 4. Strategic ECM Infrastructure and Middleware Chapter 5. Managing Legacy and Non-strategic Content Stores Chapter 6. Securing Information Wherever It Lives Chapter 7. Bringing Structured and Unstructured Strategies Together Chapter 8. ECM and Enterprise 2.0 Index
Andy MacMillan is vice president of product management for Oracle Content Management. He was with Stellent prior to its acquisition by Oracle, holding positions in consulting services, product management, and product marketing. Prior to that he was a consultant at EDS, working primarily on large Web applications for General Motors. Andy regularly represents Oracle at conferences and customer events, outlining a vision of the future of content management and highlighting strategies for implementation and adoption of content management solutions and technologies. Management.Brian (Bex) Huff is the president and chief software architect at Bezzotech, an enterprise content management consulting firm. He was a senior Java developer on the original team that created the Stellent Enterprise Content Management product line, before Stellent was acquired by Oracle in 2007. He is the author of The Definitive Guide to Stellent Content Server Development (Apress, 2006). He moderates the Yahoo! e-mail message boards where Oracle ECM administrators and developers can get help. He was granted the title ACE Director by Oracle for his work building up the Stellent community, and speaks frequently for Oracle at trade shows and content management-related events. In his spare time, he blogs about technology and content management at http://bexhuff.com.