Few topics are hotter than Data Analytics, but if your organization is struggling to make progress then you are not alone. The first step is often to analyze what has worked and expand those lessons to a repeatable model.
Taxonomy Speed Dating: Find the Right Match So Your Organization Can Live Happily Ever After
The right taxonomy enables you to consistently classify content, quickly find what you need, and ultimately automate its lifecycle management. But if you find you’re lacking this key component to managing your organization’s content, don’t worry – your perfect taxonomy match may be right around the corner.
The ubiquity of SharePoint® is a given. Its functionality and ease of deployment guarantee its popularity. But which flavor of “SharePoint” does your organization have? Has the same version been implemented throughout your company? Is it possible to govern SharePoint deployments company-wide? Without a strategic information architecture, implementations result in site sprawl, a lack of governance, misalignment with business processes and requirements, and content duplication.
Crossing the gap from Records Management to Information Management is not just a journey rooted in types of content or the breadth of a program’s focus. It is fundamentally about a shift in the mindset and behaviors of sponsors who authorize such programs, as well as the customers served by the program. In this context, success in bridging the gap is critically dependent on deploying precision based change management strategies.
Claudette Lloyd and Rich Russo lead a discussion on building effective retention schedules. They help the audience to analyze the options available to develop a records retention schedule and select the best one for their organization; to identify the necessary pre-conditions required to successfully implement a records retention schedule and to begin formulating a plan for their company; and to explore the specific challenges of distributing a retention schedule to email, shared drives, ERM/ECRM systems and more.
In this presentation, Susan d'Herbes and Linda Baldwin explore the application of proven techniques to reduce the number of record series in an organization's retention schedule and identify ways to convert event-driven retention triggers into something more manageable. They also discuss their first-hand experiences of a global firm that deployed the schedule with and without an ECRMS solution.
Follow Brian Foster as he dissects the steps involved in a matter of e-discovery: conducting a litigation readiness assessment, creating a litigation response team, developing an ESI data map, creating preservation processes, and understanding the risk of legacy media.
Information Management and Information Technology often overlap in today’s business environments. Effective communication is key to success. Glenn Frederickson and Ellen Peneguy, Access Sciences team members, recently presented on this topic to a local ARMA chapter. Here you can download some materials used for this presentation.