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Content Management 2020: Thinking Beyond ECM

Trendscape

The forecast for 2020: ECM as we know it will be gone.  We pose these conclusions about the Content Management landscape in 2020 as we look back at content’s evolution.

Valuable Content or ROT: Who Decides?

White Paper

Based on a survey, we look at strategies to set an objective value on content, automate classification and ensure controlled deletion within the IG policy.

IG Policy versus IG Reality – Bringing Your Wild Content Under Control

White Paper

Based on a survey, we look at how well data clean-up products work for automated application or correction of metadata within existing repositories against a set of policy-applied rules, and within a classification scheme set by the IG policy.

21 Tips for Turning Chaos Into Opportunity

eBook

These 21 tips from #AIIM14 attendees, speakers, and keynote presenters will help you begin to get a grip on chaos.

Increasing the Value of Transactional and Textual Data

White Paper

In this paper, we propose that organizations can enhance information value and operational processes by connecting transactional and textual data. In addition, exposing dark data increases information findability and becomes a catalyst for automated information sharing.

Information Chaos vs. Information Opportunity

This infographic illustrates how by combining content and processes in new and unexpected ways, organizations can dramatically mitigate risk; reduce process costs; better engage with customers, employees, and partners; and transform information into insight. Through addressing the questions of risk, transformation, engagement, and insight; organizations will create opportunity from information chaos. 

Social In the Flow – Transforming Processes and Sharing Knowledge

This infographic shows the key results from our survey about the business use of social technologies and some of the implications. 

9 Ingredients to a Successful Taxonomy

AIIM How-to Guide

The nine principles of classification are critical in evaluating how good your classification scheme is. If you are developing your organization’s first classification scheme; these principles will ensure that the taxonomy created will meet the needs of your users. If you have an existing structure, these principles can help you decide if that structure is meeting the needs of your users.

ECM: Impact on Collaboration and Social Business

AIIM How-to Guide

This White Paper will help you: Understand any challenges as you move towards a more collaborative environment, both in terms of technology and culture; Embrace governance and ensure that your environment is meeting your business requirements and best practices; Identify the opportunities provided by adding collaborative elements to your ECM platform; List and explain the technologies that can enhance collaboration.

How to Conduct a Social Business Assessment

AIIM How-to Guide

This "How To" paper will help you; Understand the purpose and benefits of a Social Business Assessment; Take appropriate steps in the creation of an assessment, leveraging industry best practices; Identify the information that is critical to capture in order to reduce your future liability; Leverage your information to make informed decisions.
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