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Author Bio
Cornelia Davis is a Consulting Technologist in the CTO office at EMC Corporation where she specializes in information management modeling and collaboration. Her current responsibilities include leading efforts around standards-based interoperability for content management systems, with a primary emphasis on service-oriented architectures. Essentially, she is responsible for the development of a service oriented standard for content management systems, allowing applications to interface with any content management system regardless of implementation platform or language. Cornelia also plays an active role as AIIM's Interoperable Enterprise Content Management (iECM) Consortium Technical Committee Chair. Prior to joining EMC, she was a Solutions Architect at eRoom Technology and Documentum where she lead innovations in collaborative content management and collaborative business processes. Both companies have since been acquired by EMC. Prior to joining eRoom, she was a principal consultant at Advanced Visual Systems (AVS) where she specialized in the visual programming tool in the AVS Express product. She holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Commuter Science from California State University, Northridge.
For Architecture Zone | November 17, 2006
Enterprise content management is hardly a niche these days. Thousands of developers are tasked with creating these applications, which manage both structured and non-structured data for a wide variety of end users, most of whom need high-powered interfaces that leverage content metadata and secure user authentication. Find out why service orientation is an essential part of the mix.
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