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AIIM On Air Podcast: AIIM GDPR Member Community

Episode 56 - Kevin Craine speaks with Greg Reid from AIIM's Board of Directors about the GDPR member community. Find out what purpose is for the group, what should we expect, and how will the community provide a value resource to AIIM members. Also on the show is Soo Kang, General Counsel at Zasio Enterprises, who is also one of the founders of the GDPR member community. Listen for his prediction of what will happen on May 25th and what to do to address the ongoing privacy implications in the EU and beyond.

AIIM On Air Podcast: What is the AIIM ECM Member Community

Episode 55 - Kevin Craine speaks with Alan Weintraub and Tom Wellman about the AIIM ECM Member Community. Alan will be inducted into the AIIM Company of Fellows at AIIM18, and Tom is the records manager for the Florida State Board of Administration. Both Alan and Tom discuss the purpose of the ECM Member community and what to expect from the group. They also share their real-world perspectives on Intelligent Information Management.

AIIM On Air Podcast: Intelligent Information Management in Large Scale Construction and City Municipal Enviroments

Episode 54 - Kevin Craine speaks with AIIM 18 speakers Susan Sherrouse and Gina Smith talk with Kevin Craine about their upcoming presentations. Susan is a Principle Project Manager at Fluor, and explores the unique information challenges working in one of the world's largest engineering and construction firms. Gina Principle Information Manager at the City of Edmonton and she discusses the lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid in city government operations.

AIIM On Air Podcast: Intelligent Information Management in Government, Healthcare and Utilities

Episode 53 - Kevin Craine speaks with John Daly, Information Governance Manager at the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, about his current challenges in information management. Hear how the District is working to improve the management of both paper and digital content. Also in this episode are the continuation of interviews from our last episode with Mark Patrick, the new chairman of the board at AIIM, as well as AIIM ELC and board member Dan Abdul. Hear discussion on Intelligent Information Management, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics, and highlights from sessions coming to AIIM18 in April.

Keynote - Developing the Digital Office

AIIM wants to help you celebrate World Paper Free Day this November 2017 by teaching you all that it takes to move your business forward – by developing and enhancing your digital office. The old ways of working won't open new doors; it's time to step into the digital world and see what the digital office can do for you.

Join AIIM's chief analyst Bob Larrivee as he introduces the day's event with this opening keynote.

Developing the Digital Office Virtual Event: Records Management Software Implementation

Your office has just purchased software for electronic records management, but how do you get started using it? Learn from one municipal office’s experience taking their e-records from a completely disorganized shared drive into an electronic records management system (ERMS) and what this has done for them.

Developing the Digital Office Virtual Event: Breaking Through the Limits Of Document Capture for Trade Finance

IBM and HSBC, the world's seventh largest bank, have partnered to design and deploy a document capture solution for Trade Finance, which integrates text analytics and Natural Language Understanding technologies to automate the capture of banking documents. Trade Finance is a document-intensive business process that involves extracting data from a wide variety of free form documents, which are exchanged between importers, exporters, banks, carriers, customs, insurers, and other parties involved in the export of goods all over the world. Previously, HSBC had tried other document automation solutions, but were unable to achieve acceptable results. This presentation will show how IBM Datacap's cognitive capture approach is able to extract the data needed to drive the process with extraordinary results.

Developing the Digital Office Virtual Event: Understanding Durable Formats

Organizations often make their best efforts at managing their digital content in response to compliance or regulatory requirements. They have Master Records Retention Schedules. They apply retention policies to their digital content. And they implement Records Management solutions. But as technology progresses, none of these measures ensure that the digital formats they archive today can be rendered, display, or printed, ten, fifteen, or twenty years from today. The notion of a "Durable Format" for long-term archiving is a discussion often overlooked when organizations plan they Content Services deployments. Until it's too late.

Developing the Digital Office Virtual Event: Finding the Right Balance with Digital Collaboration Tools

Digital technologies enable a new level of collaboration with distributed teams in a way never before seen. It is easy, cheap, and quick to start using a new collaboration tool whenever a team feels it will help them get the job done. What you end up with, though, is a growing number of apps and repositories that don’t talk to each other and have no unifying strategy or governance. The challenge is to provide a collection of collaboration tools that meet your organization’s needs within and across teams. It must be a balance of enabling innovation and collaboration while minimizing chaos, risk, and cost. This session will discuss how Tahzoo is transforming its collaboration globally.

Developing the Digital Office Virtual Event: The Robots Are help!

Paper is everywhere. It exists across all departments and each with unique requirements such as mail rooms, legal correspondence and archiving precious records. Managing these paper records, especially for large/global organizations, is challenging and time consuming because many workflows are still manual. Technology has evolved rapidly in robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Why not apply them to records and information management?
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