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  • Hi Rosemary, I have been fortunate to have my records and technology identities connected. I led a "Records and Technology Management Team" in my agency's Public Works department, and currently am the Data Stewardship and Privacy Supervisor in my agency's ...

  • Hi Rosemary, I am fortunate in that my position has been run out of the Data Systems department as long as I have been working here. That means that I have been able to be greatly involved in IT. I was also the SharePoint Administrator for a few years ...

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  • I was fortunate to attend a Women Working in Technology conference last Friday in Indianapolis. I was there as a student attendee as it related to a degree I am working on. Since I have spent a lot of my career working with electronic records and recordkeeping ...

  • Happy Monday WIIM! :) In the past, I've been fortunate enough to create and assist others in fundraising for the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign. Every year, Making Strides have events all over, where ...

  • Thanks for sharing this, @Sarah Lambert-Sheffield !!! And thank you to all of you wonderful women of AIIM for including me in this journey! ------------------------------ Ally Norat Engagement & Experience Manager AIIM International ----------- ...

The AIIM Blog

  • It’s funny how corporate leaders get serious about information governance right after their company has been hit with a lawsuit or regulatory action. OK, it’s not funny at all. But that’s usually when many executives decide it's time to implement information governance and in particular, document retention. We’re here to advise you to not put off having a defensible retention program in place long...
  • It cannot be argued that good decisions come from good information. So, in a world of rapid generative AI adoption, what does this mean for organizations who want to take advantage of this exciting new technology, while also maintaining the integrity of their information and, of course, their business decisions?
  • ​We are launching a newly redesigned survey this month, which explores the state of the information management practice. Here's some background on this new survey and how you can participate in this important research.

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