Friday, April 13, 2007

Article: CM vs DM vs KM vs DAM vs SCM vs DRM -- Which One is Right for You?

This is not a library related article, but given all of the acronyms that are "out there" to describe what seem to be similar products, it will be a useful article to some. It will be especially useful to those who are in organizations where the non-library part is considering one of these and you need to have a clue what they are really talking about.

As the author notes, in the IM (information management) product universe, there is:
  • DAM: Digital Asset Management
  • DM: Document Management
  • KM: Knowledge Management
  • DRM: Digital Rights Management
  • CM: Content Management
Can you tell them apart?

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