The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an open standard for creating, structuring, and distributing content. At its essence, it offers a model for writing basic building blocks of content that can be organized and reused easily across platforms.
Unstructured content is content that exists in silos that are not connected by a data structure. Imagine information buried in Word documents, slides, PDFs, or emails across a range of individual locations within an organization. Moving your information to a structured source like DITA offers substantial benefits from both a business and a technical perspective.