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My 2015 Predictions for Information Management: Who Will the Leaders Be?

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. Join AIIM President John Mancini as he highlights the key disruptions we'll experience in 2015 and profiles some real live end-user trailblazers from the AIIM community that will turn information chaos into information opportunity.

Paper Wars – an Update from the Battlefield

It feels like we have been fighting the paper wars for a very long time. Business-at-the-speed-of-paper is not an appealing maxim and is likely to be completely unacceptable in a few years’ time. 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.

Documents in the Cloud: Who Owns Them?

For our UK and European community.  Did you know that 47% of our members we surveyed are using cloud or a combination of cloud and on-premises for their ECM systems? Yet, few of those organizations have a clue about how to manage their cloud-based documents or understand that they need to be protected, shared, and maintained throughout their lifecycle. Join AIIM researcher, Bob Larrivee as he shares the latest findings on the issues that ECM users are facing.

Documents in the Cloud: Who Owns Them?

Did you know that 47% of our members we surveyed are using cloud or a combination of cloud and on-premises for their ECM systems? Yet, few of those organizations have a clue about how to manage their cloud-based documents or understand that they need to be protected, shared, and maintained throughout their lifecycle. Join AIIM researcher, Bob Larrivee as he shares the latest findings on the issues that ECM users are facing.

Beyond EU Data Privacy Regulations: 5 Steps You Can Take Now to Comply and Thrive

For our UK and European community.  Hidden in your organisation's data is vast amounts of information -- much of it subject to protection under impending EU privacy rules and regulations. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to use this compliance opportunity to drive a reduction in overall IT operational spend and build a culture of compliance for the benefit of your customers and citizens who trust your organisation with their private information. We’ll walk you through 5 steps for achieving a global enterprise solution for audit and remediation of customer information – wherever that information is located.

Information Governance Policy vs Information Governance Reality: Filling the Gap

For our UK and European community.  Information Governance (IG) is “a good thing” as it wraps together regulatory compliance, security and privacy, records retention, and e-discovery policies. A new category of tools is emerging under the category of data clean-up, file analysis, or even “file analysis, classification and remediation” (FACR). And in this webinar, AIIM’s Doug Miles will discuss the results from his latest research that addresses: Can such systems be trusted? What features are important? What repositories and file types can be classified? What ROI can be expected?

Building the Business Case for Enterprise-Wide Information Governance

Information Governance does more than empower organizations to take control of their information, ensure compliance, and reduce costs. In this webinar we’ll discuss the real value of Information Governance and how it affords organizations: business agility through faster access to enterprise information; immediacy of information, making it easier for customers to interact with your business or brand; faster response to events and inquiries; quicker decision making at all levels of the organization.

Overcome the 5 Deadly Process Improvement Inefficiencies: How Content Can Work FOR, not AGAINST, You

For our UK and European community. There are many ways to reduce and eliminate waste in your organisation’s processes and align these efforts with organisational goals and objectives. In this webinar, we will outline the 5 Deadly Process Improvement Inefficiencies and have an in-depth discussion on digital signatures -- one of the quickest wins, with a high ROI, that you can achieve. This will be illustrated with case study examples exploring the benefits of incorporating process improvement methodologies with digital signature technology.

5 Steps to Optimizing your ECM Investment

For our UK and European community. It’s tough managing all the systems where all your organization’s information lives. And the reality is that ECM is a multi-system landscape. In this webinar, AIIM’s Bob Larrivee will discuss the 5 Steps to managing your information well. We’ll discuss the strategies and tips to help you today with: Managing email effectively; Managing legacy repositories; Avoiding big bang migration; Addressing change management; and Encouraging user adoption.

When Nobody Cares About Records and Information Management: Changing Minds and Practices in the Business

Is it Records Managers vs. Business Managers in your organization? Whether you’re in the Records Management department or on the front lines of the business, you’ll learn how both sides can work together to achieve great results and better information governance overall. In this webinar we’ll discuss ways to better understand: why it’s so important to follow rules and procedures – and why they’re really not so silly; how technology can offer relief with Records Management practices and procedures; how initial and refresher training are crucial to achieving results and increasing engagement; and how records managers, the business units, and IT can and must work together to achieve success.
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