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    • Posted in: CIP Study Group

      The best answers here are #1 - so you know what you have to deal with, and #2, as Bhavesh noted, so you ...

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      RE: Version Control

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Thank you all for your responses! After giving it more thought, I'm pretty sure this person was just ...

    • Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Contact me directly. ------Original ...

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      RE: Metadata

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Hi Lorena: As Lorne mentioned, you have to demonstrate how it can help them.  And keep bringing it up ...

    • Posted in: Records Managers

      Hi everyone! I am curious about proactive RM education for the masses. How do you train people in regards ...

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      RE: Version Control

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      "not too long ago ..." Sorry, no coffee yet. ------------------------------ Rob Doucette Business Systems ...

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      RE: Version Control

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      There was a time not to long ago when publishing was the domain of technical writers, adherence to major/minor ...

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      RE: Version Control

      Posted in: AIIM Open Forum

      Joanna - I've not heard that either -- actually it runs counter to best practices.  My favorite thing ...

    Digital Landfill Blog

    • This is the first part of a 3-part series on the Ethical Use of Data for Training Machine Learning Technology by guest authors Andrew Pery and Michael Simon . Part 1: Bad Things Can Come from Non-neutral Technology AI technology is becoming pervasive
    • 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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