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

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  • I have had some interesting conversations recently with a number of AIIM members about the unique challenges associated with managing video content. Some examples: Policy bodycam video Drone video -- for example, using drones to examine conditions at refineries, power plants, and manufacturing facilities Surveillance video You get the idea. Video is everywhere...
  • “Content is data in context.” Don’t quote me on that. I didn’t say it. I don’t know who said it. To be accurate, I should say that I don’t know who said it first. Lately, whenever I hear that statement, it’s in the form of “They say, content is data in context.” “They.” I suppose they are the people who are good with content. My forty years of experience tell me that...
  • This is the second post in a series on privacy. You might also be interested in Privacy by Design: The Intersection of Law and Technology . The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was ratified in 2016 and will be enforced in May...

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  • 18 May 2017 Breakfast Seminar

    Every company needs to work like a digital company.

    It's not about rewriting your software. It's about rewriting your company.

    To transform your company and compete in the digital age, you need to work like a digital company. But being a digital company is about much more than building an app or applying technology to your existing business. You have to go deeper. You need to fundamentally rethink your products and customer experiences for the digital world.

    Box Canada AVP, Ian Phillpot, will share lessons learned on how to align culture, organization, process and systems to reinvent your products and build modern customer experiences.

    About Box: Box is building the leading Cloud Content Management platform. More than 41 million people in over 60,000 companies – including 59% of the F500 - use Box today to power real-time collaboration across geographic and organizational boundaries, without risk of data loss or security issues.

    PROGRAM INFORMATION

    Date: Thursday, May18, 2017

    Registration and networking: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.

    Seminar: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.

    Networking: 10:30 - 10:45 a.m.

    Location: The National Club, 303 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario

    Cost per Workshop: $35 AIIM Members / $45 Non-AIIM Members

    DRESS CODE: The National Club requires business casual dress. No jeans, runners, shorts or logo golf shirts are allowed.

    Our Speaker:
    Ian Phillpot is Area Vice President of Canada. He leads Box Canada's organization, driving the strategy for the growth and development of Box in Canada. Prior to managing Box Canada, he led Sales Operations in Box EMEA for four years, Managing its strategic entry into markets such as the UK, France, Nordics, and Germany. Ian joined Box from VMware EMEA, where he managed EMEA Sales Operations.

    Ian earned an M.B.A. from Cranfield Business School and a B.S.C. with honours in Physics and Electronics from Warwick University in the United Kingdom.

  • 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/