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Automating Compliance and Governance

Industry Watch

In this FREE report, we explore how the environment in which organizations are looking at Information Governance is changing. Download this report for an in-depth look at how the environment is changing, what it means for your strategy, and an outline of 14 Things You Can Do to Start Automating Governance and Compliance.

How to be GDPR Compliant

This AIIM Toolkit was designed to help information professionals navigate the rules set forth by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that are now required across the European Union. You will learn how to assess and audit what you have, where Intelligent Information Management fits into your GDPR processes, how to manage consent requests and change management, and more.

Toolkit: GDPR Preparation and Compliance

AIIM Toolkit

This AIIM Toolkit was designed to help information professionals navigate the rules set forth by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that are now required across the European Union. You will learn how to assess and audit what you have, where Intelligent Information Management fits into your GDPR processes, how to manage consent requests and change management, and more.

Video Series: Your Ultimate Guide to Emerging Technologies

AIIM Video Series

Produced in August 2018, this video series outlines the ultimate guide to understanding emerging technologies and how they differ from the status quo; underlining how they will substantially alter the information management world as we know it.

IIM Virtual Event: Avoid Fake News & Maintain Document Authenticity with Blockchain!

Juanita Olguin, Director of Marketing & Operations, Xerox DocuShare

Blockchain is the latest technology craze that has mostly been covered in the world of cryptocurrency. Blockchain has relevance and a number of business benefits for the enterprise content management industry. Learn how to avoid "fake news" and maintain your business and document authenticity.

IIM Virtual Event: Leveraging AI and RPA to Automate Document-Centric Processes

Manish Rai, VP of Product Marketing, Automation Anywhere

This session will discuss how the company saved over $1M in just six months using Computer Vision and Machine Learning-based RPA and cognitive automation technology.

IIM Virtual Event: Why Intelligent Information Capture Is Key to Digital Transformation

Mark Brousseau, President, Brousseau & Associates

Organizations are challenged with multiple content delivery channels, high paper volumes, exploding data volumes, structured and unstructured data, difficulty identifying capture that must be captured, and siloed information. Join us and learn how intelligent information capture addresses these issues and creates a foundation for digital transformation.

IIM Virtual Event: Thriving in the Age of Acceleration

Tom Motzel, CIP, Talent Strategy Consultant and AIIM Minnesota Chapter Board Member

Managing data and information is now a critical piece to business strategy. If you're not ready for the digital age, you will be left behind. Learn how to get on track and take advantage of the tools that will be imperative to your business's success.

IIM Virtual Event: The Impact of Digital Transformation on Records Management

BJ Johnson, Senior Solution Specialist, Access Corp.

In this session we’ll examine how automation can increase and maintain compliance, improve governance, and adapt to changes in the workplace.

IIM Virtual Event: Managing Content for Compliance: Keys to Knowing What to Keep and How to Keep it

Steve Kass, Independent Consultant

Gain practical advice regarding taking your records management program to the next level. Focused on compliance, Steve Kass addresses the need to document your requirements and processes while identifying what needs to be kept and what needs to go.
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