The Portable Consultant

ECM infrastructure architecture… and unrelated matters.

Philip M Howard

by @ 9:38 am on February 6, 2006.

Philip is an independent consultant: an ECM Strategist and Systems Architect specializing in design and deployment of web-based Internet and intranet/extranet systems: portals, collaboration systems, content management systems, and document/records management.

With over sixteen years of technical management he has had the opportunity to be involved in a number of early Internet initiatives: he worked at one of Canada’s first national ISPs and later managed the OpenText Index, a back-end search service of Yahoo! In Canada, the US, Brazil, and Japan he has led technical teams in network/systems infrastructure deployment and consulted on IT assessments, ECM requirements, web CMS solution fit/gap analysis, and technical strategy/emerging technologies.

While with the web services firm marchFIRST he designed and deployed web infrastructure for Editora Abril in Brazil and Toyota Motors in Japan. With the Province of Ontario he worked on eGovernment portals and records management projects. While with Deloitte’s Information Dynamics practice he focused on a number of Enterprise Content Management initiatives.

Philip is a published writer in the field of Enterprise Content Management, and author of the white papers Taking Control with Web Content Management (2003) and Managing e-Mail as Enterprise Content (2005) for the Info-Tech Research Group.

After attending OSCOM3 at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society his interest in open source alternatives was extended to content management systems like Plone, Drupal, and others.

Philip received his BSc. from Dalhousie University and is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Philip M. Howard
November, 2007

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