Content Transformation, Conversion And Migration

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Guest: Mark Gross > Host: Scott Abel

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Content transformation, conversion, and migration are often confused because they are related processes that involve changing digital content in some way. Additionally, the terminology used to describe these processes can vary depending on the context and industry, further contributing to the confusion. Confusion surrounding the meaning of these terms is also caused by their interconnectedness — they may be performed together or in sequence. Moreover, the boundaries between these processes can be blurred, as they may involve similar techniques, tools, and technologies. For instance, automated tools that are used for content transformation can also be used for content conversion or migration. Join us for a presentation from Mark Gross, president of Data Conversion Laboratory, about the differences between the processes of content transformation, conversion, and migration. While each of these related processes are involved in managing digital content, each serves a distinct purpose and involves different techniques and tools. You'll leave with a solid understanding of the differences in these three terms and be prepared to put this knowledge to work. Can't make it? Register, and we'll send you a link to watch a recording when convenient. This show is brought to you by The Content Wrangler, Data Conversion Laboratory, and Heretto, the #ContentOps platform for product, reference, and knowledge content.

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