" In recent years, the challenge of demonstrating the value of RM has been compounded by the emergence of electronic document and records management systems (EDRMS). As the volume of electronic information has grown, EDRMS has been a welcome tool in the efforts to manage records and non-records alike. However, because EDRMS systems represent a major human and financial investment for organizations, the purchase and use of these systems comes with a high degree of senior management scrutiny. Metrics are key For records management professionals, this means added pressure – not only to demonstrate the ROI of the EDRMS, but to further demonstrate the value of the RM program itself
The basic functions of E2.0 can continue to move along, but the most powerful "ah ha!
We’ve all seen the equation of content to the lifeblood of business – and I think that’s a true statement
Bryant, Hoping to join the next #infochat and share some of Gartner's research on what we refer to as "infonomics" -- the economics of information, including the discipline of managing, deploying and accounting for information as an actual corp asset
In keeping with the holiday spirit, here's a little parody to "The Twelve Days of Christmas" that I'm calling "The Twelve Days of Capture" . Here it goes... On the first day of capture, my solution gave to me... A capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the second day of capture, my solution gave to me... 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the third day of capture, my solution gave to me... 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually. On the fourth day of capture, my solution gave to me... 4 less staffers manually keying data 3 million paper documents (to be scanned) 2 high volume production scanners And a capture solution that saved a million dollars annually
I spoke at the Controversies of Capture event at IBM Information On Demand . Here are a number of articles that go into much greater detail about the topics and controversies we discussed
**Views expressed in this blog are my personal views and not those of my employer. Any reference to any living person or organisation, past or present, is entirely co-incidental** Where are e-Discovery requests likely to come from? These requests (within the Financial Services industry) are likely to emanate from one of the following:- Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the UK Securities Exchange Authority (SEC) in the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in the UK External Legal Counsel The result of failing to identify/provide the Records when required is likely to be:- reputational risk – the risk of damage to your organisation as a result of negative publicity a fine imprisonment a fine and imprisonment From the above, we can see it is essential to have a defined (and implemented) procedural framework for dealing with e-Discovery requests
What does the term “spirit of entrepreneurship” mean exactly?...” This desire to do something better, the willingness to take the initiative in pursuit of better outcomes, is what the spirit of entrepreneurship is all about
The prospect of 100% accurate OCR results is a good driver when it comes to implementing the technology, most of the time
Who the $%^&^% cares about the ROI of Enterprise 2.0? This is from the Chart of the Day on Twitte r -- www.twitter.com/chartoftheday This chart -- showing the global minutes spent per month on social media vs. e-mail and showing the inflection point in November 2007 with an ever-widening gap since then -- tells me all I need to know about the importance of calculating the ROI of Enterprise 2.0 initiatives
What if it was possible to enjoy all of the benefits of Enterprise 2.0, instant ad-hoc collaboration, but suffer none of the downside related to approvals and governance processes?