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Capture begins with process

Capture begins with process As a prelude to an upcoming series of blog posts I will be posting on the topic of “ Building an effective capture solution ” I wanted to preface these posts and focus on the question of ‘where do I start if I want to build an effective...

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Process Automation: Tools to Match the Job

I’ve heard on more than one occasion, workflow or process automation would be great if only it were fast, easy and inexpensive to implement. Oh, and by the way, I need to extend the end user experience to include mobile and remote workers, customers, partners and vendors. In the past, when...

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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...

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As social toolsl remove constraints, businesses should remove the rules that came with the constraints

I'd like to share a few thoughts that made me get interested in social software years ago and are still relevant today for businesses that, although convinced of the potential of enterprise social platforms are not comfortable with the value proposition. Organizations have always been...

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“Yes, I Was Burned but I Call It a Lesson Learned”*

Each morning, I open two tabs in my browser window that refresh all day: The Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times . I find the FT more compelling and informative than TWSJ , but reading both helps me cut through bias. The career advice from FT is significantly better, more...

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