June 1, 2012 – The cloud, collaboration tools and mobile devices all hold respective possibilities to change the way business is done. But the reality of those changes are perhaps nowhere more striking than with content management, where Aragon Research has forecast “an end” to many paper documents within the next four years.

In a new series of reports, Aragon Research looked at ways enterprises should plan for disruption of their document creation and sharing practices. And, given the direction of new content management capabilities and IT planning, that disruption will unfold sooner rather than later. For example, by 2014, Aragon research indicates most sales organizations will use signatures features via their mobile device, and video content management for training and HR will be “one of the fastest growing categories in the cloud.” By 2015, enterprises conducting business on tablets will expect full content management support in the cloud, and vendors will offer a new range of interactive content authoring tools.

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