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Runaway Trains

I have been involved in systems development for the purpose of information management for over 35 years and one thing has remained constant – feature creep

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In Search of the History of Algorithms*

I’m enjoying a closer look at the history of algorithms development in electronic records management systems

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Enterprise 2.0 and Information Governance, who should take care within the organization?

Their daily duties are made of testing, parameterization, development, integration, put into production, monitoring, etc., all that helps to establish an efficient technical infrastructure

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How to Integrate Your Systems of Engagement into Your Systems of Record

These applications typically involve collaboration around documents that are expected to be managed in an SOR manner (e.g. proposal development), or they are part of processes that result in documents at certain steps, and these documents are expected to be managed in an SOR manner (HR processes show up in Group #2 as well as in Group #1)

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Borderless ECM: Addressing the Fragmentation Problem (My AIIM Webinar)

These applications typically involve collaboration around documents that are expected to be managed in an SOR manner (like proposal development), or they are part of processes that result in documents at certain steps, and these documents are expected to be managed in an SOR manner

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