So you are finally planning that big move over to structured content. Great! You understand the benefits of reuse and what it means for your business.
But what do you do about the mountains of legacy content? Pack it all up and bring it with you? Leave it behind hoping you will never need to look at it again? Work in two worlds of structured (for the new content) and unstructured (for the old data) authoring?
In this FREE one hour session we will talk about the options you have for handling all of that old data. Like the Sherpa guides of Nepal, we can help you. In this session we will share with you what you will need to help you on the journey, what to plan for, and some hard won lessons learned along the way.
Webinar presented by: Don Bridges, Data Conversion Laboratory Inc.
When: 10 August 2011, 10-11 am Pacific/US
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About Don Bridges
Don is the Manager of Commercial “Technical Documentation” projects at DCL. He manages DCL activities across divers markets such as aerospace, automotive, life sciences, manufacturing, semiconductor, software, telecom, and utilities. He’s written several articles on the “business” aspects of implementing XML and is a frequent conference speaker.
About Data Conversion Laboratory
Established in 1981, Data Conversion Laboratory (www.dclab.com) has substantial expertise in complex conversion projects, including eBooks, TechDocs, Defense, and Libraries. They have experience with all the key DTDs, including DITA, ePub, MOBI, S1000D, ATA, NLM, DocBook, and TEI. They wrote the book, literally: They wrote the data conversion chapters in The XML Handbook and Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing.
About Single-Sourcing Solutions
Single-Sourcing Solutions (www.single-sourcing.com) is an elite PTC partner specializing in Arbortext products. With over a decade’s experience with the Arbortext toolset and in the practical development and deployment of mission-critical, custom XML development, Single-Sourcing Solutions has the expertise required for successful dynamic information delivery. We are very active in the global Arbortext community and related information development communities.
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