Smarter Enterprise Collaboration through Content 4.0 and Microcontent
Join Ron Hanna in his presentation demonstrating how microcontent is defined from the perspective of Content 4.0!
What if we could transform structured content into searchable, reusable, chunks of content that other groups could easily find from a highly trusted source such that they could reuse it in their slides, support sites, proposals, and even chatbots? The potential for improved rigour and precision of Content 4.0 offers greater utility and effectiveness for content delivery. In this session, Rob Hanna explores the methods, technology, and use cases needed to support delivery of DITA/XML as microcontent across the enterprise. In this session, we discuss how microcontent is defined from the perspective of Content 4.0. You will see how Precision Content® naturally aligns with the development of microcontent. You will learn • structures and metadata needed to support microcontent • process and methods for working with microcontent, and • tools and technologies for delivering microcontent. Rob Hanna will demonstrate how microcontent is published and reused across an enterprise using accessible technology.
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This year’s conference is held from Sunday, March 25 through Tuesday, March 27 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.