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      RE: Metadata

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      This is both easy AND hard, in my experience . Easy part is using an example that almost ...

    • Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Are you looking for a requirements matrix to purchase a platform? Or you already have it? ...

    • Good morning, all. I am Lorelei Chernyshov and I work for an industrial bank in Utah as the AVP of Information ...

    • Posted in: Records Managers

      Per my experience, this is concept that has worked in the past. As early as 2000, my role as archives ...

    • Good morning, all. I am Lorelei Chernyshov and I work for an industrial bank in Utah as the AVP of Information ...

    • Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Hi Cynthia, You could start by asking for a copy of their retention schedule to see how difficult it's ...

    • Today, I'm throwin' back to AIIM17 in Orlando, FL when we ended the conference party with a bang…or, ...

    • Posted in: Records Managers

      I think the average admin has a lot on their plate already, so depending on the needs of the organization, ...

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      Nominations for our AIIM Awards 2020 is open.  Deadline for nominations is January 21st, 2020, and awards will be presented in Dallas, at AIIM Conference 2020. We are looking for nominations from our tribe of members who have gone above and beyond ... More

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    • If your organization is like just about every other organization on the planet, you likely have some degree of an information management problem. Most likely, you create too much information, and you keep too much of it for too long. This causes enough problems by itself, but when you then add to the pile all the redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT) information
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