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Many think digital policy is a chore related to managing risk and regulations. But policy has a far more important role to play in developing a healthy digital and customer experience ecosystem.
Explore the role digital policy plays in accelerating content operations, encouraging innovation, and speeding up content velocity.
Find out how policy may be one of the key missing ingredients that can positively contribute towards content intelligence.
Uncover the alchemy of data and content microservices that produce golden customer experiences. Hear data-practitioner and Principal at CloudData LLC, Gaja Vaidyanatha share lessons from working with cloud-based architectures at massive scale. Discover how intelligent experiences are produced by integrating customer touchpoints into a single location that enables a 360-degree view of the customer.
Is unifying technical content sets into a broader ecosystem an impossible journey? Tom Johnson of 'I'd Rather Be Writing' shares his experience in working with Docs-as-Code and leveraging technical content sets.
Join Ray Gallon as we discuss artificial intelligence, information 4.0, the role of machines, and how humanism fits into the expanding content ecosystem.
Hear insights on leading customer experiences teams from the American Medical Association’s Chief Experience Officer, Todd Unger.
Join Alan for stories of industry content superheroes fighting and overcoming corporate challenges. Hear more at LavaCon 2019.
Patrick Bosek, CEO and founder of easyDITA, discusses the future of structured authoring in this engaging podcast.
Learn how to champion enterprise content and why forming cross-functional forums helps solve problems faced company-wide.
Adolfo Hernandez, CEO of SDL, talks on the emerging use of machine learning, machine linguistics, and AI in this hyper-growth era of content.
Jim Edmunds, CEO of Ingeniux, discusses key forces in bridging silos, providing adaptive CX, and improving digital authoring experiences, rich semantics, and solid content infrastructure.
Hilary Marsh of Content Company talks about the roles of content strategists and how the landscape is changing, and gives listeners advice on getting started in the industry.
LavaCon founder Jack Molisani talks content strategy and how to future-proof content assets.
Explore with Scott Abel the changing dynamics within enterprise content groups, and some of the emerging solutions.
Teodora Petkova discusses the importance and evolution of the Semantic Web and Linked Data.
A look into the future of AI, human-bot interactions, and the direction of content strategy with Intercom's Elizabeth McGuane.
A look inside the changes to Customer Experience Management since the inception of Kentico with Karol Jarkovsky.
Attention, memory, and decision-making guidelines for authoring memorable content with Memzy creator Dr. Carmen Simon.
Explore the challenges that organizations face when confronting digital change with ActiveStandards' Lisa Welchman.
A discussion with Mark Lewis of Quark on the alignment and development of intelligent content and the Internet of Things (IoT).
A look at content strategy, content engineering, and organizational content challenges with Noz Urbina of Urbina Consulting.
Learn how AI and machine learning is being used to enhance content workflows and data architecture. Begin with these three foundational characteristics: automation, amplification, and simplification.
(9:07) Learn how graph structure can simplify massive enterprise relational data stores. Discover the value in decoupling data architecture to future-proof data, and enhance customer experience.
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