The Right Cloud Questions to Ask
Dec 19, 2012 - 11:55AM
Over the past year or so one of the most common questions I have been asked by organizations both in the public and the private sector is "What to do about the likes of Box & Dropbox?" It's a tough question to answer as it touches on a number of key issues, but in this short piece I am going to do my best to at least point you in the right direction.
Communication Without Litigation, An AIIM 2013 Preview
Dec 19, 2012 - 11:30AM
Okay, so your organization has incorporated retention rules against e-mails based on the content that each contains. You now retain them in a secure and well managed archive where you can retrieve them should you can go through an audit or get sued and efficiently find and produce what is required. Your company’s e-mail is auditable, discoverable and compliant. You’re golden, right? Not so fast.
Six steps to securing your Cloud content and staying out of jail
Dec 05, 2012 - 8:00AM
You are tired of dealing with the brand XX legacy document management system that was implemented ten years ago. You’re sick of waiting in the IT line to get your department upgraded/fixed/new features added - so you decide to use one of the many free cloud content management systems (CCMS). You may have even talked your manager into coughing up some budget for a paid subscription, which gives you more options and features. Bud Porter-Roth will walk you thru how to apply governance and compliance to public file share and file collaboration in his session
How mobile tools fit into your overall enterprise content management strategy
Nov 30, 2012 - 8:00AM
Imagine a world where everything you do and everything you need for work could be managed through mobile devices. You do many things today through your mobile device, so why not your work too? You can capture information of any form whether voice, text, or image and share it with the world. You like moving pictures better; take a video and post it up to share on Facebook or Youtube. Now, how do you do that in the context of your business operations? Bob Larrivee, Industry Advisor at AIIM will be teaching our ECM Practitioner course at #AIIM13. Check out his blog post "Mobile pitfalls and getting started"
Four fried chickens and a Coke – Serving IT customers what they really want!
Nov 29, 2012 - 8:00AM
The problem for IT organizations today is that we’re used to giving our customers what we want them to have, and we aren’t used to giving them anything that is cool. Well, in fairness, the stuff we want to give them was cool, during the 90’s, but it’s not cool any more. Are we (yes, I’m an IT Guy) out of touch? Are we out of money? Or, do they not understand the big picture? Daniel Antion, Vice President Information Services at American Nuclear Insurers will break with his peers, and his coworkers, albeit in different directions and say that it’s all of the above. Check out Dan's blog post
about his upcoming session at #AIIM13.
Cloud Governance - First Things First
Nov 28, 2012 - 8:00AM
Whether it’s realistic to think cloud-based information can be effectively governed, is and will be (for the foreseeable future), a point of contention and debate. Blake E. Richardson, CIP, CRM, Manager of Records at Safeway Inc. will be speaking on this topic at #AIIM13. His session, “Governance in the Cloud: Where on earth do you start?”
will focus on how to best prepare your organization for a move to the cloud. Check out his blog post
. If your company is considering a move to the cloud, this is a don't miss session.
What's Wrong With Digital Hoarding?
Nov 16, 2012 - 8:00AM
We live in a world of digital hoarding. People secretly keeping everything that crosses their inbox or save a document on their personal drive in addition to publishing it on SharePoint, if they publish it at all. What begins as an innocent desire to keep relevant information close at hand can turn into an unhealthy obsession that plagues IT departments and Records Managers in organizations everywhere. Amber Simonsen, PMP, Executive Project Manager at Pierce Transit will be speaking about Digital Hoarding – Leading the Intervention
at the AIIM Conference 2013. Check out her blog post
as she shares with you why digital hoarding is an issue you can’t afford to ignore.
Seth Godin and David Weinberger Join AIIM’s 2013 Keynote Line Up
Nov 13, 2012 - 8:00AM
AIIM, the global community of information professionals, today announced the keynote lineup for the AIIM Conference 2013. The conference program is designed for today’s information managers including CIOs, IT managers and records managers tasked with managing the strategic flow of information throughout an organization for informed decision-making and priority-setting. “AIIM looks beyond the rapidly emerging technology trends to focus on the business impact of information management in practical terms,” said AIIM President John Mancini.