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Let SharePoint Do That

Several weeks ago I wrote about the information policy document that we are creating for one of our newest SharePoint sites. The site consists of several libraries and lists, and we are working to define the various attributes of the site, each library and to establish the protocol for getting...

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Tour Guide to Curator

Much has been written about the myriad ways that IT is losing its grip on technology, how badly we are coping with those changes and how desperately we are trying to regain our position of authority. Personally, I don’t yearn for the way it used to be. I’ve written before that I...

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Chapter Too

Last week, I talked about a great event that the New England chapter had just held. Today, I want to hang onto the support-your-local-chapter theme for one more post. I know, this is an AIIM Expert SharePoint blog – OK, that’s a fair comment, but let me point out that two of our...

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How Can Information Professionals Celebrate Open Education Week?

March 5-10, 2012 is Open Education Week! What is Open Education Week? It's a celebration of free and open access to educational tools and platforms, reducing the barriers to ongoing learning. "Open education is about sharing, reducing barriers and increasing access in education...

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CIP and Continuing Education

One of the key differentiators between a formal certification and other types of activities like certificate programs is the requirement to recertify. This requirement can generally be filled in one of two ways: either the certified professional can take the then-current exam periodically (which...

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Cheers to 2012 โ€“ A Year of Mobile Education and Contribution

I’d like to again introduce ABBYY CEO, Dean Tang, to the AIIM Community Blog to discuss the 2012 trends and growth in mobile capture. In 2011, our industry began to grasp the idea of document capture and OCR in mobile and cloud environments. While it certainly didn’t progress as...

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The Wake-up Call

Having spent most of my career working with structured data, I was initially happy to see that the ECM project plan presented at the AIIM ECM Master class, looked a lot like a systems development project plan. Requirements gathering, design, testing, etc., lots of similar tasks. There is a...

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SharePoint 2010 - A Learning Management System (LMS) for Government\DoD, Private Sector\Fortune 1000, and Educational Institutions | (SP vs. Blackboard)

Your organization more than likely already owns SharePoint licenses and may be using it for collaboration, the Intranet, an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) \ Enterprise Records Management (ERM) solution, or to meet a variety of other business requirements. One area where SharePoint is being...

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Take the pain out of meetings when you automate your meeting minutes creation

Meeting minutes from public entities like city councils and public universities provide citizens with almost floor-to-ceiling windows of insight into the goings-on of tax-payer supported efforts. Problem is, elected officials and those working on our dime are prone to pulling the shade, allowing...

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E2.0 School

I’m in the middle of a series of posts on my own blog about how enterprise content management (ECM) is going to transform a variety of key industries , from financial services and insurance, to mining, consumer products groups, health-payers, and beyond. My post this week is about for...

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