Why AIIM Training?

Simply put, we offer training in a variety of topics relevant to the Information Professional. Training that's available in the office, at home or on-the-go.
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Implementing Information Management on SharePoint and Office 365

Delivering information management solutions on SharePoint can be challenging due to the variety of options and capabilities available inside the platform. In this course, you'll learn how to take your information management knowledge and apply it to SharePoint in ways that will make it easy to use today and adaptable to the needs of tomorrow. This course is ideal for anyone who needs to build information management solutions on SharePoint, whether you're an ECM expert with experience on another platform or brand new to information management.

Information Governance

Applying a paper paradigm to governance and compliance no longer works -- and it certainly doesn’t scale. Governance functions must now be automated and focus as much on defensible disposition as on retention, and as much on data extraction as data archiving.

Modern Records Management

The modern records manager is not an information steward but a business enabler. Learn the skills required for a records manager to play a critical role in accelerating business activities, enriching customer experiences, and improving operational agility. This training course will teach you how to capture records efficiently regardless of format, automate common records management risks, support privacy and eDiscovery requirements, implement a digital recordkeeping system, and more.

Practical AI for the Information Professional

Artificial Intelligence is no longer science fiction - it's here, and information professionals are using it to improve the way they work. This training course offers real-world use cases for this new technology in Information Management. You will learn how AI works, methods for implementing it, and how to select the right tools and vendors.

Taxonomy and Metadata

As organizations get buried in terabytes or even petabytes of content and records, it is essential to apply structures - taxonomies - to find the crucial information within their holdings, bypassing the “chaff” to extract maximum value from their information assets.

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