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Records Management Governance in 12 Easy Steps

AIIM How-to Guide

Professionals across many industries continue to face significant records management challenges. Traditionally focused on maintaining physical records, companies now must find ways to manage a rising tide of electronic information. Those that fail to update and standardize their records management capabilities may bear higher operational costs, which during an economic downturn could have a multiplying impact on your bottom line. 

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Enterprise Content Management Quick Study

What exactly is Enterprise Content Management (ECM)? This quick study introduces what is meant by Enterprise Content Management as a concept, and describes some of the key business drivers for and benefits of ECM.

Business Process Management Quick Study

The approaches to business management in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Business Process Management (BPM) are closely related.  Sometimes their technologies overlap. Learn how to choose between BPM and ECM for a process management initiative.

File Share Cleanup Quick Study

File Shares pose unique records and information management challenges as they are collaborative in nature, have numerous stakeholders and limited metadata. Management of this environment blends communication, change management and record management principles.

Electronic Records Management Quick Study

What exactly is Electronic Records Management (ERM)? This quick study introduces ERM as a concept and describes some of the key business drivers associated with ERM today. 

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AIIM's Certified Information Professional

Digital disruption calls for digital leaders with the skills and experience to optimize information assets and transform business.  Learn about AIIM's certification program.

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