PRESENTATION

What Changed? Who Cares?

Presented at Tekom 2020, Product Director Tristan Mitchell looks at how content changes across the whole content lifecycle and discusses how comparison tools can be used to help you keep control and maintain your sanity.

Create. Edit. Publish. Edit. Publish. Edit. Publish. Find the Difference.

Content is created, edited, and then published. It’s such a simple workflow that it’s difficult to imagine where there might be any potential need for further information. But even a workflow this simple generates change. What happened to the document during the edit? Were there changes? Who cares?

Watch as Product Director, Tristan Mitchell looks at how content changes across the whole content lifecycle and discusses how comparison tools can be used to help you keep control and maintain your sanity.

Watch this presentation to:

  • Review standard content workflows and lifecycles.
  • Understand key internal and external stakeholders within a content lifecycle.
  • Understand the benefits of using XML-aware tools to find and manage change.

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Content workflows present opportunities to visualise content change from beginning to end. Wherever content is updated there is opportunity for greater understanding.

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