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Slides for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years"

Planning Information Governance and Litigation Readiness from rmedinaslideshare Here are the slides for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years" , the talk I gave at the AIIM-Wisconsin/ Milwaukee Bar Association 6th Annual Electronic Discovery Conference . ...

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Resources for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years"

I presented at the AIIM-Wisconsin/ Milwaukee Bar Association 6th Annual Electronic Discovery Conference . My talk is "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years". Here are the resources -- articles that pertain to the topics I discuss. Introduction and Background...

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The Information Diet: Where’s the Broccoli?

For many, the start of a New Year signals the start of a new diet. This year, author Clay Johnson would like you to focus on how you consume information rather than food. In his new book, “ The Information Diet ,” Johnson writes, “We know we’re products of the foods...

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OCR to Better Business Processes

How can OCR be used to improve business processes? Let me count the ways…actually, that count could fill volumes and is far too much for any single blog post. Let me tell you about seven ways that OCR can be used in business transaction. There are multiple functions within the...

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Kick Start your ERM project with the Human Resources Department

Everyone from the janitor to the CIO of any company or organization has to go through similar things involving HR: Applying for a job Submitting to a background check Filling out tax and insurance forms Taking vacations Handling performance reviews ...

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Big Blue and the Social Revolution

Organizations often make three big mistakes when it comes to thinking about how to create a policy environment to govern employee interaction with social technologies. They react without thinking. Surprise, surprise, surprise. Far too often, when executives hear the term social...

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