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  • Webinar AIIM True North Feb 25 - Delivering a Successful Cloud Project

    Feb 25, 13:00 - 14:00 (ET)
    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on February 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET.  The presentation will discuss the key aspects of delivering a successful cloud project. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEU towards renewing your CIP certification.

    Title: Delivering a Success Cloud Project

    Description:  The session will cover several aspects of moving to the cloud, starting with: 1) Overview of Cloud Services such as: understand the different types of cloud service models, understand benefits and challenges of each model, and start thinking about a decision framework for the right model for your initiatives; 2) Business Drivers for Cloud Services such as: understand the financial drivers for cloud services and understand the non-financial drivers for cloud services; 3) Common Cloud Initiatives such as: a notional cloud service roadmap with milestones and dependencies; 4) Common Cloud Challenges such as: understand commonly encountered challenges and discuss some strategies for avoiding them or minimizing their impact; 5) Strategic Planning for Long Term Success such as: how to align cloud initiatives with business strategy and planning; 6) Measuring Success such as: move beyond measuring project success by budget and schedule criteria to measuring benefits realization including adoption and business value.

    Date: Thursday, February 25, 2021
    Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET
    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand cloud service models
    • Aligning cloud services with your business priorities
    • Measuring success of you cloud initiatives

    Speaker's Bio: Colin Smith is the Manager of the Microsoft Consulting Practice at Cistel Technology Inc. , a Microsoft Gold Partner headquartered in Ottawa, Canada.  Colin is a frequent  author and presenter.  He is also a MVP for System Center Enterprise Client Management (formerly System Center Configuration Manager) who has been working with the product since SMS version 1.0. He has over 20 years of experience deploying Microsoft-based solutions for the private and public sector with a focus on mobile, desktop, and data center management. Colin is also one of the hosts of a podcast called Surface Smiths.






    You can register here.

    #cloud
    #ContentServices
    #TechnologyStrategy
    #CIP

  • Webinar AIIM True North Mar 25 - We're under attack! Is our data safe?

    Mar 25, 12:00 - 13:00 (ET)
    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on March 25, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET.  The presentation will be a case study of data breach and will explore the prospects and options of approaching a "breach-proof" state.  This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEU towards renewing your CIP certification.

    Title: We're under attack! Is our data safe?

    Description: The session will cover a real-life attack on a major corporation and the resulting mega-breach where personally identifiable information (PII) for nearly half of the U.S. population was compromised. The presentation will cover:
    1) Overview of the corporate profile and business of the organization in question.  2) The applicability of the adage: Prevention is better than cure? Reactive vs Proactive approaches and their effectiveness.  3) Consequences and impact of a breach in general and in the context of Digital Transformation. Is it enough to be compliant with standards such as Payment Card Industry (PCI) or other relevant standards?  4) What options do organizations have and how do they address this challenge? Can organizations ever become "breach-proof"?


    Date: March 25, 2021
    Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET

    Learning:

    1) The mechanics and anatomy of a data breach.

    2) The impact and how to avert or respond to an attack/breach.

    Speaker's Bio:
    Waqas Mir is an entrepreneur and a consultant whose work in the world of technology spans more than 20 years involving the development and implementation of secure and compliant enterprise applications (ECM and AI) for both private and public sector firms.  He has also hosted a weekly Canadian TV show for five years. He has also taught and coached high school age students in public speaking for four years. Among his many interests, he is intrigued by how people, processes and technology come together in the context of Information and Cybersecurity. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Stanford Advanced Cybersecurity Certificate from Stanford University.  He can be contacted at https://www.linkedin.com/in/waqasmir/ or waqas.ca

    Please register here.




















    http://infinitymatters.ca


    #ecm
    #EnterpriseContentManagement
    #AI
    #ArtificialIntelligence
    #cybersecurity
    #DataBreach

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  • Webinar AIIM True North May 4 - Signal vs. Noise – Understanding the Conceptual Basics of AI to Impr

    May 4, 13:00 - 14:00 (ET)

    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on May 4, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET.  The presentation will discuss AI concepts and how to use them to improve business performance. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEUPlease use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

    Title: Signal vs. Noise – Understanding the Conceptual Basics of AI to Improve Business Performance

    Description: Although A.I. can sometimes feel magical and extremely complex, from a conceptual standard that couldn’t be farther from the truth. In this presentation, Jim will lay the groundwork to understand what A.I. is and how to best recognize where it can help you in your day to day operations and decision-making.  The presentation will provide a tool-box for decision-makers who can apply the concepts to better understand the next steps.

    Date: Tuesday, May 4, 2021
    Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET

    Learning Objectives:

    --Learn that AI isn’t magic, but follows a simple and easily recognizable pattern to separate noise from information useful to support decision-making
    --Learn how to apply the concepts to their workloads and quickly recognize scenarios where AI can help, and where it would not
    --Learn how to understand what makes a “good” AI model vs a poorly performing one

    Speaker's Bio: Jim Provost is the Lead Data Scientist at Lixar Fueled by BDO.  He has more than two decades of software delivery and data science experience. He received his B.Eng from McMaster University and a Masters in Computer Science from Queen's University. He is a strategic adviser, previous TEDx speaker, father of two, and loves to teach people about Data Science and why it matters.


    You can register here.


    #ArtificialIntelligence
    #Privacy
    #ECM
    #CIP
    #IntelligentInformationManagement
    #AnalyticsServices

  • Webinar AIIM True North May 27 - Digital Ethics: A Case Study of Critical Elements to Improve Inform

    May 27, 12:00 - 13:00 (ET)
    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on May 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET.  The presentation will be a case study of how digital ethics delivers business value and the key elements to develop a digital ethics framework. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEUPlease use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

    Title: Digital Ethics: A Case Study of Critical Elements to Improve Information Governance


    Description
    : Digital Ethics addresses the “shoulds" rather than the “coulds” of an organization. The presentation is a case study and will examine specific examples of “should we do this?” or “shouldn’t we look at this gap?” The case study will also examine digital ethics with a focus on the business value beyond just addressing compliance and risk to promote good corporate citizenship, brand trust, and digital ethics by design technology. Finally, the case study will describe how to develop a framework that aligns with information and corporate governance.

    Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
    Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET

    Learning Objectives:
    --Starting a digital ethics initiative and moving it forward
    --Building awareness of digital ethics with management and broadly across the organization
    --Promoting digital ethics with key stakeholders who will become champions for a cultural mind-shift
    --Establishing a management-level Digital Ethics Working Group
    --Understanding the key element of a digital ethics framework and how to implement with management support


    Speaker's Bio:
    Lorelei Chernyshov initiated, formed and chair a digital ethics workgroup that provides recommendations to inform policy elements both enterprise and affiliate wide within the financial services organization.  Manage an information governance team comprised of programs addressing privacy, data flow and system mapping, business continuity, and PCI (Payment Card Industry) certification, and regulatory retention and disposition oversight.  Achieved a Master of Science in Legal Studies in Data Privacy and Cybersecurity; recipient of CIP In Action AIIM International Leadership Award 2019; and the SC Media Reboot International Leadership Award (Top Manager) for a holistic approach to cyber security and information governance. 





    You can register here.

    #digitalethics
    #Privacy
    #ECM
    #CIP
    #CaseStudies
    #framework
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    #BusinessProcessManagement
    #ECM
    #InformationGovernance
    #corporateinformation

  • AIIM True North webinar Oct 28 - Aligning Systems Development and Implementation with Your Organizat

    Oct 28, 13:00 - 14:00 (ET)
    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on Oct 28, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET.  The presentation will discuss lessons learned to align system development processes with RIM requirements. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEUPlease use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

    Title: Aligning Systems Development and Implementation with Your Organization's RIM Requirements or RIM is Vital to Systems Development and Implementation?

    Description:
    What does it take to ensure the systems you develop or acquire align with your RIM requirements? This session will offer you guidance to increase the odds of compliance with your organization's RIM goals. Over 20 years ago I realized the disconnect between those who bought/built systems and compliance with records and information management requirements. Now my time is spent making that connection. The last few decades have also demonstrated the need to transform records and information management to meet the needs of the digital transformation of our businesses and government agencies as well as how records and information management professionals can use artificial intelligence to support the ever-expanding role we play. This story began in 2000 with an awareness of a gap I saw when I started working with software developers and how the gap is now being filled through the work I do daily. This includes DevOps and SaaS solutions.


    Date: Thursday, October 28, 2021
    Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET

    Learning Objectives:
    --RIM’s critical partners must be involved in the SDLC process (waterfall or agile) from the earliest stages to ensure systems properly manage information asset across the information lifecycle.
    --As part of the SDLC process, your RIM program must build, maintain, and update, as needed, a framework in order to provide current requirements information and manage your part of the review process, including tracking changes using Agile and DevOps processes
    --Not all systems are able to adequately manage and disposition records and information. The process created must also be able to review and grant exceptions and suggest workarounds when issues arise.

    Speaker's Bio: Tod Chernikoff is a Certified Records Manager, an Information Governance Professional and a Certified Information Professional. He has over twenty years of experience providing records and information management and information governance services to organizations and clients. He has served ARMA International in positions at the local, regional, and international levels including as a member of the ARMA International Board of Directors. He received the ICRM's 2014 Alan Andolsen Award in recognition of outstanding CRM Mentorship. He is a member of the Records and Information Management Team at Navy Federal Credit Union where he is helping to enable RIM operations across the global enterprise.



    You can register here.

    #RIM
    #RIMGovernance
    #RIMprocesses
    #sdlc
    #devops
    #agileprojectmanagement
    #agile
    #CIP

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  • AIIM True North webinar Nov 23 - Build a Machine Learning Model in 20 Minutes - Use historical data

    Nov 23, 13:00 - 14:00 (ET)

    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on November 23, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET.  The presentation will describe how to build a predictive Machine Learning model using historical data. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEUPlease use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

    Title: Build a Machine Learning Model in 20 Minutes - Use historical data to easily predict future project performance.

    Description: Although A.I. can sometimes feel magical and extremely complex, actually building prediction or recommendation systems isn’t hard as you think. The presentation will show the step-by-step process to create an AI model to predict how long Project Plan tasks will take as part of a larger GANNT chart plan. Can using historical data improve the probability of implementing a digital transformation solution such as customer service platform, migrating content to the cloud repository, etc.? We will review data, build a Machine Learning model, review results, and improve the system.

    Date: November 23, 2021
    Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET


    Learning Objectives:
    --Understand the basics as to how a Machine Learning / AI predictive model is designed
    --Recognize the factors that could lead to poor quality AI results
    --Quantitatively calculate and prove what makes a “good” AI model vs a poorly performing one when implementing digital transformation projects?

    Speaker's Bio: Jim Provost is the Lead Data Scientist at Lixar IT.  He has more than two decades of software delivery and data science experience. He received his B.Eng from McMaster University and a Masters in Computer Science from Queen's University. He is a strategic adviser, previous TEDx speaker, father of two, and loves to teach people about Data Science and why it matters.


    You can register here.

    #ArtificialIntelligence
    #MachineLearning
    #Modeling
    #predictiveanalytics
    #AnalyticsServices
    #CIP​​


  • AIIM True North webinar Dec 7 - The Practical Truth of AI, Machine Learning, and Robotic Process Aut

    Dec 7, 12:30 - 13:30 (ET)
    AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on Dec 7, 2021 at 12:30 PM ET.  The presentation will examine and dispel some misconceptions of AI as a solution for every digital transformation business challenge. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEUPlease use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

    Title: The Practical Truth of AI, Machine Learning, and Robotic Process Automation

    Description:
    The terms Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) today are bandied about as if they are the digital transformation solution to every business problem you face. However, the truth is that they do not represent some sort of “magic pill” and – as is the case for any technology – have to be evaluated in terms of your use case and business context.
    Otherwise, they serve only as the latest example of over-hyped “shiny new objects” whose real-world value is hard to determine. This session destroys the common myths and resets expectations so you can make the best decision possible about the role these tools may play in your organization’s digital transformation journey.

    Date:
    Tuesday, Dec 7, 2021
    Time: 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM ET

    Learning Objectives:
    After attending this session, you will be better able to:
    --Cut through the hype and assess AI technologies' business value in the context of digital transformation

    --Explain to others what are AI technologies, what they do, and what they don’t do
    --Evaluate whether and/or how to employ AI technologies to maximum effect in your business context and digital transformation journey

    Speaker's Bio: Steve Weissman is Principal Consultant at Holly Group, where he helps you "Do Information Right" by bringing order and discipline to your information and process practices. Known as The Info Gov Guy™, he has spent the past 25+ years equipping clients to better their ability to find, leverage, secure, and assure business-critical information – and to successfully solve the “people” part of the puzzle as well. Honored as an AIIM Fellow and recipient of AIIM’s prestigious Award of Merit, he is best reached at steve@hollygroup.com / 617-383-4655 / @steveweissman.







    You can register here.


    #ArtificialIntelligence
    #MachineLearning
    #DigitalTransformation
    #Automation
    #RPA
    #CIP

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  • AIIM+ Canada - Coffee & Conversations ( previously Canada Member Meet-Up ) : FOIP

    Jan 25, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)
    New Year, New Event name, but same wonderful conversation & connections!! 

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your AIIM+ Canadian peers as we dive into FOIP.

     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    How do you think Information Managers can contribute to FOIP Compliance?
    Do you think FOIP is enforceable, or will it collapse under the weight of itself?

     
    Join us on Tuesday, January 25th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Virtual Coffee with Zasio Consulting: The 21st Century Archival Practitioner

    Jan 26, 09:00 - 10:00 (MT)
    Are you setting your goals for the New Year? Don't forget to add archiving to your list! For the second session of this three-part series, we're teaming up with the Boise Valley ARMA Chapter and invited an expert on the subject, Dr. Patricia Franks, to join our Consulting team to discuss the 21st Century Archival Practitioner.

    In today's digital environment, the roles of the Archivist and the Records Manager converge. You'll learn how central activities to the archival practice may overlap with cybersecurity, blockchain distributed ledger technology, digital forensics, e-discovery, and information governance, and methods you can use at your organization to carry out these duties.

    Dr. Pat Franks will provide an image of the 21st Century Archival Practitioner based on 111 entries contributed by 105 authors to the 2020 publication of her recent publication, The Handbook of Archival Practice.

    Dr. Pat Franks is a Professor Emerita at San José State, president of the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA), and a Certified Archivist, Certified Records Manager, Information Governance Professional, and Certified Information Governance Officer.

    We want to address as many questions as possible about the practice of archiving, so if you have anything specific you'd like our panelists to discuss, please email sabrina.slattery@zasio.com.


    #Archiving

  • AIIM Leadership Outlook: 2022 - A special "Ask Me Anything" session with AIIM's Board Chair & Vice C

    Jan 27, 01:00 - 01:45 (ET)

     

    As we close the door on 2021 and look ahead to the future, we’ve invited AIIM’s Leadership to participate in a special “Ask Me Anything” session to share their insights and answer your questions.

     
    In this special event, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss not only what’s ahead for the Association, but the Information Management industry as a whole.

     

    Join us on January 27th, 2022 from 1:00 to 1:45 (EST).

     

    Meet Our Panelists! 

     

    Kramer Reeves

    CEO, Work-Relay

    Board Chair, AIIM International


     


    Ron Cameron

    CEO, KnowledgeLake

    Vice Board Chair, AIIM International


     


    Peggy Winton, CIP

    President/ CEO of AIIM International

     


    We can't wait to see you there! 



     Unable to make it, but still have questions you’d like to ask? Shoot us an email!

  • Records Managers: Coffee & Conversations - Gain Support Among Stakeholders for a RM Program

    Feb 1, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)
    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your peers in Record Management as we dive into Gaining Support Amongst Stakeholders for an RM Schedule.
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    Where do you get your greatest pushback from your users? 
    Is it best to push the value proposition, or to work to automate things behind the scenes? 
     
    Join us on Tuesday, February 1st from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Meeting the Challenge- M365: Outlook Management ( Holistic M365 Strategy 1/4 )

    Feb 8, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)
    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your AIIM+  peers as we dive into M365 - Outlook Management.

    In this special 4 part series, we will take a holistic look at creating a strategy to manage M365.
    Look for upcoming Meeting the Challenge events on Teams, OneDrive & Sharepoint. 

     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    Do you currently have guidelines/policies/best practices for your organization's use of Outlook? 
    Do you feel your organization fully leverages Outlook functionality?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, February 8th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM+ Meeting the Challenge - Digital Workplace

    Feb 15, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     
    In this Meeting The Challenge event, we’ll dive into the Digital Workplace. 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to with other AIIM+ Members on topics like:

    What are the most compelling issues faced by the workforce today?
    How can Intelligent Information Management resolve & improve the issues and conditions? 
     
    Join us on Tuesday, February 15th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM+ Canada - Coffee & Conversations: Reparations ( Indigenous Peoples )

    Feb 22, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     
    Join your AIIM+ Canadian peers as we dive into Reparations (Indigenous Peoples). 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to with other AIIM+ Members on topics like:

    What role do Information Management professionals play in the determination of benefits? 
    Can this set of activities be packaged and parlayed into a future opportunity?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, February 22nd from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Records Managers: Coffee & Conversations - Gain Support Among Stakeholders for a RM Program, Part II

    Mar 1, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your peers in Record Management as we dive into Gaining Support Amongst Stakeholders for an RM Schedule - Part II! 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    Strategies that work to get education, empathy & compliance
    Prioritizing them! 
     
    Join us on Tuesday, March 1st from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there

  • Meeting the Challenge- M365: Teams Best Practices (Holistic M365 Strategy 2/4)

    Mar 8, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)
    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your AIIM+ peers as we dive into M365 - Teams Best Practices.

    In this special 4 part series, we will take a holistic look at creating a strategy to manage M365.
    Look for upcoming Meeting the Challenge events on OneDrive & Sharepoint. 

     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    Do you currently have guidelines/policies/best practices for your organization's use of Teams?
    Do you feel like your organization fully leverages the Teams functionality to ensure adoption, governance, and collaboration?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, March 8th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM+ Meeting the Challenge - Process Automation

    Mar 15, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     
    In this Meeting The Challenge event, we’ll dive into Process Automation. 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to with other AIIM+ Members on topics like:

    What percentage of your processes are automated?
    What's stopping you from full automation - culture, regulations, systems or something else? 
     
    Join us on Tuesday, March 15th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM+ Canada - Coffee & Conversations: Digital Transformation Canada

    Mar 22, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     
    Join your AIIM+ Canadian peers as we dive into Digital Transformation Canada.
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to with other AIIM+ Members on topics like:

    What are the key information-centric issues facing Canada in the rush to accommodate the pandemic-induced changes demanded by workers and consumers?
    What are the tools, systems, and practices needed to build on the momentum?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, March 22nd from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Records Managers: Coffee & Conversations - The Future of Practice

    Apr 5, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     

    Join your peers in Record Management as we dive into the Future of Practice.
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    What are the biggest implications for the future of Records Management?
    Are these positive or negative?
    What's your plan to leverage or pivot from these implications?

     
    Join us on Tuesday, April 5th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Meeting the Challenge- M365: OneDrive Management (Holistic M365 Strategy 3/4)

    Apr 12, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)

    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space. 

    Join your AIIM+ peers as we dive into M365 - OneDrive Management.

    In this special 4 part series, we will take a holistic look at creating a strategy to manage M365.
    Look for the final event in this four-part series coming next month where we focus on  Sharepoint. 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with other AIIM+ Members and discuss questions like:

    Do you currently have guidelines/policies/best practices for your organization's use of OneDrive?
    Do you feel like your organization fully leverages the OneDrive functionality to ensure adoption, governance, and collaboration?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, April 12th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM+ Meeting the Challenge - Knowledge Management

    Apr 19, 11:00 - 11:45 (ET)
    Join us for a Member-Only event tailored to connect you with your peers in the AIIM+ Community, and tackle real-world issues that come up in the Information Management space.
     
    In this Meeting The Challenge event, we’ll dive into Knowledge Management. 
     
    You’ll have the opportunity to with other AIIM+ Members on topics like:

    Does your organization have an explicit way for workers to share knowledge, documents, and business artifacts to help them with their job?
    What tools are used for this process?
     
    Join us on Tuesday, April 19th from 11:00 – 11:45 (EST)!
     
    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • AIIM Conference 2022

    Apr 27 - 29, (MT)


    Re-designed for optimum engagement, AIIM22 is an event where work gets done - together -
     to solve information-centric issues. Take your organization & professional career to new heights! 

    Join us April 27 - April 29 in beautiful Denver, CO 
    for a conference unlike any other you've ever experienced. 

    Gone are the days of speaker over powerpoint. Our sessions have been crafted to ensure group learning, collaboration, and problem-solving.

    Enhance your understanding and share your experience through lively conversation and collaboration with peers, and leave the AIIM 2022 Conference with new ideas, techniques, and actionable takeaways you’ll be able to apply to your work.

    See you in Denver! 




    Denver, CO, United States

  • AIIM Forum Europe 2022

    Jun 22, 09:00 - 17:00 (BST)
    AIIM Forum Europe is returning to London’s Grand Connaught Rooms on 22nd June, and 2022 is already shaping up to be a pivotal year for the digital transformation agenda. 

    Organisations that were forced to pivot by the pandemic are now faced with some key decisions as the world starts to bounce back from a major shockwave: do they try to return to the ‘old normal’ or do they capitalise on the experiences of the past 18 months to permanently embrace more agile ways of working? 

    For most this will be an entirely rhetorical question, putting intelligent information management (IIM) firmly at the forefront of a new business paradigm. 

    If you work in an organisation that is harnessing digital tools, technologies, and techniques to transform its business processes,then you really need to be at AIIM Forum Europe in London on 22nd June 2022 

    This exciting one-day event will provide you with all the latest thinking, practical advice, and critical insights into the key information management challenges that underpin the Digital Transformation agenda. Hosting a comprehensive programme of keynotes, roundtables, and our new 'fireside chats' designed to put your needs at the centre of the event - with a world-class line-up of thought leaders, industry specialists, and experienced practitioners.