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    While taking the CMVP (Certified Measurement & Verification Professional) course last year in Arlington, I was introduced ...

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  • The term “Logistics” conjures up images of complicated supply chains, and the Rube Goldberg-esque complexities of summarizing, rationalizing, and reporting on them in an intelligent way.
  • First, the good news. According to P&S Market Research, the global digital signature market is expected to increase to $3.3 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 31.5%. That’s billion with a B. The bad news is that despite the long-standing and well-documented benefits of digital signatures, many organizations are still lagging behind. According to recent AIIM research, 65% of organizations...
  • [Note: This is a guest post by Andrew Wells and Kathy Chiang. Andrew Roman Wells is the CEO of Aspirent, a management-consulting firm focused on analytics. Kathy Williams Chiang is VP, Business Insights, at Wunderman Data Management. They are the co-authors of Monetizing Your Data: A Guide to Turning Data into Profit-Driving Strategies and Solutions. For more information, please visit www...

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  • April 20 AIIM Breakfast Seminar - Managing Information in a Cloud World

    This month, our speaker is Lynn Elwood, Vice President Cloud & Services Solutions at OpenText.

    She will talk about issues and risks of managing information in the cloud and hybrid cloud scenarios most organizations are dealing with today and in the near future.

    The presentation will examine different cloud options and systems and how these affect the choices information and records managers must make to protect critical information assets. Using examples from a variety of industries we will look at concrete benefits achieved by organizations. We will also review cloud specific requirements, standards and cautions to be aware of. We will discuss the use of “consumer” focused applications to manage corporate information and the issues this raises, and leave with guidance on questions to ask as organizations consider cloud for their systems of record and information management.

    Join us at The National Club at 303 Bay Street
    Toronto, ON.

    To register, follow the link - https://aiimapril202017.eventbrite.ca/