1 to 7 of 7
Sort by

Blog Entry
#AIIM14 Sneak Peak - Automating Your Informatibon Lifecycle Process

In about a hour the Solution Lounge will open and the #AIIM14 conference festivities will begin. Attendee’s will be eager to learn how to control the #Infochaos. I am looking forward to the amazing sessions and networking opportunities to reconnect with old faces and meet new ones. For...

Jim Merrifield's profile image

Blog Entry
Let’s Be Better Records Managers

The explosive growth of information technology over the last three decades - and the corresponding tidal wave of newly created recorded information - has been both a blessing and a curse for those of us in the Records Management profession. Never throughout our long history has the work we do...

Don Lueders, CRM, CDIA's profile image

Blog Entry

Another terrific annual AIIM conference has just concluded. I had the privilege of presenting a session with Rob Howley to a packed audience on Records Management in the Cloud, heard many engaging presentations and spoke with colleagues and vendors of products. Here are some of my thoughts: ...

Blog Entry
7 Even Deadlier Sins of Information Governance

Devin Krugly published a very interesting blog/article, describing the " The 7 Deadly Sins of Information Governance ". I enjoyed the article, and I can't find anything to disagree with, but I have to admit that it left me wanting... The 7 sins presented by Devin are well known and...

George Parapadakis's profile image

Blog Entry
eDiscovery and Records Management, a Perfect Storm?

I have internalized a concept about Records Management and eDiscovery for several years, but it has been made evident to me from working on recent projects that this view of the world of RM is not universally shared. Because of the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure some years...

Mark Mandel's profile image

Blog Entry
Selling the P.I.R.

When I attended the AIIM ECM Master class, I was amazed at the similarity between the ECM project plan and the typical systems development project plan. From Requirements to Pilot Testing and Implementation, the specific steps were different but the path seemed very familiar. Ironically, the...

Daniel Antion's profile image