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Dark Content and the Search for Gold

By Martin Garland Dark Gold - an interesting term for the content in your organization that remains unfound, unused, and forgotten. Did you ever find a document like that? That you didn’t even know existed, and it was the exact piece of information you were looking for? Eureka!...

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Do you know the 9 Principles of Classification?

1. INTUITIVE The evidence of an intuitive taxonomy is that users find it easy to navigate and use. This means that users can successfully predict in which category they are likely to find the content they want, just by looking at the top level. This exploits the knowledge domain mapping...

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Auto-classification – where’s the confusion?

By Martin Garland Auto-classification is a catch all term that will scan the contents of a document and automatically assign categories and keywords based on the document contents. The issue, of course is that not all classification technologies are created equal. The choice remains for the...

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How to get started with IA, metadata, and taxonomy for EDRMS implementations

In a three-part blog series, we are taking a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS systems. In our final post, we provide suggestions on how to successfully apply information architecture (IA), metadata, and taxonomy to EDRMS. As we talked about last...

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Guess What? The Key to SharePoint Success is STILL Metadata and Taxonomy

Arguably, metadata and taxonomy management is the single most important factor in a successful SharePoint implementation. Metadata is the glue that binds within SharePoint. It powers search. It enables social computing. It drives enterprise content management strategies. Not surprisingly,...

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How IA, metadata, and taxonomy add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we are looking a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS. In this second installment, we dive a little deeper into the benefits of applying information architecture (IA), metadata, and taxonomy to EDRMS. What determines the...

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How RIM can add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we will take a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS systems. When an organization implements an Electronic Document and Record Management System (EDRMS), responsibility for implementing the system typically rests with...

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What Questions Would You Ask When Purchasing an Auto-classification Solution?

by Carlam@Conceptsearching.com on May 28, 2014 I recently had to create a PowerPoint presentation on classification for Records Managers for one of my technical/sales colleagues. One slide, provided questions they could ask a vendor that was under evaluation (of course, highly...

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