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    • I will be attending AIIM for the first time this year, looking forward to it. I have a new SaaS product ...

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      Hrm - apparently my correct answer never made it live! The best answer here is 1, as soon as the project ...

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      Hi all,  This week's question comes from Domain 1, Creating and Capturing Information.  Which tool ...

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    • Enacting change is easier when you don’t have to go at it alone. In fact, a major factor in the success of organizational change comes down to internal buy-in with your co-workers. The more internal advocates you have on your side, the easier that positive change can spread quickly and efficiently. The old adage about there being ‘strength in numbers’ holds true when it comes to change management
    • The success of any project relies on involving stakeholders early on and keeping them properly informed throughout. A systems development project is no different. If you want the systems that you build, buy, and develop to properly manage information assets across the life cycle, then you have to leverage the knowledge of your RIM team.

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