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Von selbstdokumentierenden zu selbstkonfigurierenden Systemen ...

Das Thema Selbstdokumentation bei Software, zumindest von Aufbewahrungs-, Records-Management- und Archivierungssystemen, wurde in der Branche weitgehend ignoriert. Nur wenige Anbieter, und dann auch nur Projekt-orientiert, setzten auf diese Funktionalität. Es klingt zwar logisch, dass doch das...


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4 Applications Bringing Information Capture Front and Center: What Could You Do With Faster Access to Important Business Data?

With growing consumerization of apps, the ubiquitous nature of the cloud and mobile, and the Internet of Things, organizations are being confronted with rising volumes of applications and data. ‘Information Chaos’ is how AIIM refers to this phenomena that has IT scrambling to control mounting...


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Setting the Stage for Automatic Disposition – Success Stories

It’s hard enough to maintain an up-to-date approved retention schedule, but the barriers to systematic implementation of the schedule are also challenging. My last blog identified people, process, and technology barriers that can have a chilling effect on deletion / destruction of records....

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What Questions Would You Ask When Purchasing an Auto-classification Solution?

by Carlam@Conceptsearching.com on May 28, 2014 I recently had to create a PowerPoint presentation on classification for Records Managers for one of my technical/sales colleagues. One slide, provided questions they could ask a vendor that was under evaluation (of course, highly...

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Big Buckets of Stuff

Over the last couple of days I’ve seen/heard some comments that Big Buckets don’t work well in Records Management. Uhm, you’re doing it wrong. I suspect that a large part of the issue is that classification models are too granular and too tightly coupled to the retention...

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Infosec13 – What do you mean by Data Classification!?

It’s fair to say that within business it’s easy to assume that your customer knows everything. I think the customer may even go as far to say that they know everything too. However, one thing that was clear to me whilst at this year’s #infosec13 was a lack of understanding of...

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Developing your Assessment Plan for Defensible Disposition

As I outlined here , an effective defensible disposition methodology primarily consists of developing and then executing four major stages: The Defensible Disposition Policy The Technology Plan The Assessment Plan The Disposition Plan This post focuses on the third stage, the ...

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Defensible Disposition in a Nutshell -- My AIIM Talk

I just gave a talk on defensible disposition at AIIM, and here are the main points. I spend almost no time on the problem of over-retention – 99% of what I say here is about the solution. So read on. The problem of course is over-retention -- organizations have been over-retaining...

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10 Ways to Improve Capture OCR and Indexing

Many organizations have great capture tools but aren’t using them effectively, often without realizing the gap between what they're doing and what they could be doing. You may have invested in capture and OCR technology from ABBYY , AnyDoc , Captiva , Datacap , Kofax , Parascript...

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Slay Your Digital Stockpile Monster

James Watson, Ph, Dpreviews his AIIM 2013 roundtable session. Enjoy, and follow #AIIM13 and @AIIMcon on Twitter. Register today, space is limited and going fast. James Watson President and CEO Doculabs March 21 at 1:30 Deleting Information – Not for the faint of heart In most...

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