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AIIM On Air Podcast: Information Management in the Cloud, plus AIIM Training for 2018

Episode 50: Steve Behm, VP of Sales Americas at DocuWare discusses intelligent information management in the cloud and document automation. Jesse Wilkins, Director of Professional Development at AIIM discusses AIIM training for 2018.

AIIM On Air Podcast: How Digital Disruption is Driving Better Decisions - Part Two

Episode 49: AIIM Analyst Thomas LaMonte speaks with Sid Probstein who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. The discussion covers a range of topics including innovative Enterprise Content, Search, Big Data, and Analytics solutions. Find out more at AIFoundry.com (Part 2 of 2)

AIIM On Air Podcast: How Digital Disruption is Driving Better Decisions - Part One

Episode 48: AIIM Analyst Thomas LaMonte speaks with Sid Probstein who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. The discussion covers a range of topics including innovative Enterprise Content, Search, Big Data, and Analytics solutions. Find out more at AIFoundry.com (Part 1 of 2)

AIIM On Air Podcast: Bob Larrivee AIIM Research; Sid Probstein, AI Foundry - Big Data, Analytics & Machine Learning

Episode 47: Bob Larrivee, VP of Research at AIIM, discusses the new Industry Watch Report "Improving Business Operations in 2017" and how companies are using data capture to boost their efficiency and success. Also, part one of a three part interview conducted by AIIM analyst Thomas LaMonte with Sid Probstein who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. Topics include Big Data, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.

AIIM On Air Podcast: Unlocking the DNA of Digital Transformation

Episode 46: Author Michael Gale discusses his book "The Digital Helix: How to Transform Every Aspect of Your Organization to Win Now and in the Future." This interview explores digital transformation and how organizations are using information to fuel better and faster decision-making in important areas like sales, product development, and service and support.

GDPR Virtual Event -- Get Doing Privacy Right now! A case study in implementing GDPR for a global services organization

Knowing what GDPR is and how it effects your organisation are only the first steps to achieving compliance. Organisations must take concrete steps to operationalize the management of processes, stakeholders and information sources that relate to GDPR. Using a case study, Metataxis will describe an overall approach to achieving practical GDPR compliance with the implementation of Active Navigation's file analysis platform. This approach not only delivers short term compliance, but sustained compliance over time, while delivering information management and governance benefits.

GDPR Virtual Event -- How will this impact how you manage information in your organization?

In May of 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into force. The intention of GDPR is to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). As with most regulations of this type, the impact to business organisations extends beyond those based in the EU, to any business transacting business within the EU. In short, GDPR has an international impact on how businesses manage and protect their information and data assets. Lack of compliance could lead to significant sanctions of up to 4 % of worldwide turnover, based on the previous financial year. Will you be able to comply?

GDPR Virtual Event -- The Minimum You Need to Do before GDPR Goes Live: 4 P’s of GDPR Readiness

Being ready for the GDPR takes time and planning and staying in compliance is over time requires considerable attention and supervision.  At ASG, we’ve grouped these into the 4 P’s of GDPR readiness.  No, not product, price, promotion, placement but Preparation, Production, Performance and Persistence.  Ready for “go live”’ takes considerable preparation across the data the organization has captured and the processes it runs.  A complete review of everything in order to identify and understand personal data under management is critical. Yet, organizations must also be ready to manage productions that captures consent of data subjects and the applications that process this data.  Performance refers to the review and oversight that must take place as the organization is made audit ready.  Finally, any organization must have the persistence and the needed reports and monitoring in place to assure compliance over the long term.  While preparation of the data estate may seem the most obvious requirement for “GDPR go live” in fact, organizations must be ready across the entire spectrum of compliance related tasks.

GDPR Virtual Event Keynote 2017 -- GDPR: We’re All Going to be Fine(d)!

In May of 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into force. The intention of GDPR is to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). As with most regulations of this type, the impact to business organizations extends beyond those based in the EU, to any business transacting business within the EU. In short, GDPR has an international impact on how businesses manage and protect their information and data assets. Lack of compliance could lead to significant sanctions of up to 4% of worldwide turnover, based on the previous financial year. This session is intended to assess the general readiness of business organizations in relation to meeting the compliance requirements of GDPR, as we approach the May 2018 deadline.

GDPR Virtual Event -- How to Conduct an Information Audit of Personal Data and Content and Form an Action Plan

A comprehensive information audit to identify personal data across all formats - physical records, digital content and line of business application data - is essential for GDPR readiness and compliance. In identifying and profiling personal data you can ensure that it is processed in a secure and compliant manner. It enables the assessment of processing rationale as well as confidentiality, integrity, availability, resilience, retention and disposal aspects. It will also enable an organisation to meet the obligation to maintain records of processing activities under GDPR. This session will cover the scope and objectives of an information audit, the data to be gathered and the process to be followed.

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