Upcoming Webinars

AIIM conducts webinars in partnership with leading industry analysts and consulting firms. We invite your questions and comments for live Q&A during each event. These webinars are free and last about one hour. Click below on the webinar title to learn more about a specific webinar. (And for more information on sponsoring an AIIM Webinar, click here.)

Upcoming Webinars

Dec 03, 2014

Demand for flexible and secure collaborative workplaces that extend beyond enterprise walls is increasingly on the rise. Mobile workers, partners, and suppliers are driving the demand for access to vital documents. These same documents are, and should always be considered corporate assets and not the property of the individual – they aren't yours, they aren't mine, they are ours as a corporation. As such, they need to be managed in a manner that protects them, allows them to be shared, and maintains them throughout their lifecycle.

Consumer grade products perceived as cloud collaboration tools are being used to support this growing demand for flexibility and mobility in the workforce. In some cases they are used unofficially by employees. While many of these tools offer a place to store and access files, they are not always designed to enhance productivity. They may offer some levels of security and a straightforward way to extend content access and collaboration, but many are limited in their ability to support corporate governance policies, manage security controls, and integrate with workflows and on-premise systems.

AIIM research states that today, 47% of those surveyed are using cloud or a combination of cloud and on-premise for their ECM systems. The combination of ECM and Cloud should be omnipresent and transparent to the user. How can organizations meet the mutual collaboration that cloud accords?

Join AIIM researcher, Bob Larrivee as he shares the latest findings among hundreds of users:

  • the issues that on-prem ECM users are facing
  • the need for external collaboration support
  • the cloud and mobile functionality that users are requesting
  • the alternative scenarios that are being considered.

Have a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do our best to include it during the live event.

This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit.


Dec 04, 2014

For our UK and European Community

Demand for flexible and secure collaborative workplaces that extend beyond enterprise walls is increasingly on the rise in Europe. Mobile workers, partners, and suppliers are driving the demand for access to vital documents. These same documents are, and should always be considered corporate assets and not the property of the individual – they aren't yours, they aren't mine, they are ours as a corporation. As such, they need to be managed in a manner that protects them, allows them to be shared, and maintains them throughout their lifecycle.

Consumer grade products perceived as cloud collaboration tools are being used to support this growing demand for flexibility and mobility in the workforce. In some cases they are used unofficially by employees. While many of these tools offer a place to store and access files, they are not always designed to enhance productivity. They may offer some levels of security and a straightforward way to extend content access and collaboration, but many are limited in their ability to support corporate governance policies, manage security controls, and integrate with workflows and on-premise systems.

AIIM research states that today, 47% of those surveyed are using cloud or a combination of cloud and on-premise for their ECM systems. The combination of ECM and Cloud should be omnipresent and transparent to the user. How can organizations meet the mutual collaboration that cloud accords?

Join AIIM researcher, Bob Larrivee as he shares the latest findings among hundreds of European users:

  • the issues that on-prem ECM users are facing
  • the need for external collaboration support
  • the cloud and mobile functionality that users are requesting
  • the alternative scenarios that are being considered.

Have a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do our best to include it during the live event.

This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit.


Dec 10, 2014

It feels like we have been fighting the paper wars for a very long time. These days the technological weaponry is cheaper, better, faster. The office troops are mobile, agile, and highly computer-literate. The rules of engagement have legitimized scanned copies and digital signatures. Yet, most organizations are still fighting everyday battles with paper that clogs up offices and slows down processes.

A very strong case can be made for all-digital processes in improved productivity and lower costs, but the biggest impact is on speed of response – response to inbound mail, response to bottlenecks, response to regulatory changes, but above all, response to the customer, citizen, or client. Business-at-the-speed-of-paper is not an appealing maxim and is likely to be completely unacceptable in a few years’ time, in what will be an increasingly mobile, remote- working, just-in-time world.

In this webinar, AIIM analyst Doug Miles will share the results of his latest research with an in-depth look at the amount of paper in the office, the battle plans to remove it, the take-up of digital mailrooms and multi-channel capture, and the influence of mobile and cloud. Above all, we look at the progress towards paper-free processes, the triggers and decision-making processes, and the issues, benefits, and ROI.

Have a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do our best to include it during the live event.

This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit.


Dec 18, 2014

The business of Information Management is changing. 

Three major disruptive forces are accelerating the pace of that change and driving organizations into information chaos: consumerization, cloud and mobile, and the internet of things.

As a result, there are a number of new business problems that organizations both large and small are facing. Organizations of all sizes are telling us, “Our processes are broken, we are buried in information and it is killing our ability to satisfy our customers.”

It Takes Leaders and a Community to Bring About Change.

Organizations create value through the intersection of people, processes, and technology.  Chaotic and disruptive times call for new approaches, new conversations, and a cadre of leaders who will navigate these challenges. These information leaders are those who:

  • Drive changes in the systems we use to manage information
  • Use these systems to create new value and innovate

Join AIIM President John Mancini as we profile some real live trailblazers from the AIIM community. Our notion is that their stories and advice will inspire the information management leader in you.

Have a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do our best to include it during the live event.

This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit.