X-Pubs 2007 - Keynote: DITA in Context

DITA’s capabilities are being put to the test with a wide range of adoption contexts with very different requirements. Can it scale from small shops to industry consortia? Can it adapt to new audiences, new content types, new development methodologies? Michael Priestley discusses the current capabilities DITA provides that enable it to adapt rapidly and effectively to new and varied contexts, so you can protect your content investment from changing requirements, prepare your project for future changes and opportunities, and keep your options open for sharing and reusing content across departments, disciplines, and even industries, as your business and content needs evolve. The presentation also looks ahead at new capabilities planned for DITA 1.1 and 1.2 to protect existing DITA investments and grow their value for years to come. 

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