Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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IBM 10/26 webinar

Coming November 04, 2010

Records Management - The Foundation of Information Lifecycle Governance The ever growing amount of business records and the increasing regulatory requirements require sound strategies for policy enforcement. There is often a disconnect in many companies within the organizational structure and the infrastructure used to manage all that content. Different parts of the organization use one set of disposition policies while others use their own set of retention rules. This disconnect can lead to content being deleted too soon, resulting in fines and sanctions when key business records cannot be produced for litigation or regulatory review. Or sometimes worse, damaging records are found under discovery that might have been destroyed if a sound records management process had been used to enforce organization-wide retention policies and "hold" orders. The cost can be enormous, not just from a legal standpoint, but from a loss of reputation, stockholder confidence, and even lost revenue standpoint if, for example, a proof of delivery cannot be found to support an invoice.

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Breaking News KM In Practice
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It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. — Aristotle
  Breaking News

The compliance imperative

HiSoftware unveils automated solution

HiSoftware has released Version 4.0 of Compliance Sheriff, the company’s enterprise compliance automation solution. V. 4.0 includes a new compliance performance management console consisting of scorecards, reports and dashboards;...

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Jump right in, the filters are fine

ISYS delivers new document filters

ISYS Search Software has announced the release of ISYS Document Filters 2010, the new version of the company’s solution for text extraction, printing and high-definition viewing.

ISYS says Document Filters...

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Unveiling MarkLogic Server 4.2

Includes ETL tool for unstructured information

MarkLogic has launched Version 4.2, which features the MarkLogic Information Studio—claimed to be the industry’s first extract, transform and load (ETL) tool for managing unstructured information— as well as...

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  KM In Practice

Multilateral BI supports Dutch institute’s growth

The Netherlands Cancer Institute – Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Hospital (NKI – AVL) has deployed a business intelligence (BI) solution to optimize internal processes and to reduce operational costs.

The NKI...

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Three Prerequisites to Addressing Change

Why is change often so tough? We become tied to what we know. We turn our actions into habit. We become comfortable with how things get accomplished. And, it is when this "how" broadly becomes comfortable, that we—as people, as leaders, as technologists, as workers—are at risk of becoming stagnant; our organizations at risk of becoming irrelevant. Especially now in the era that Gartner has aptly coined "Big Change," we have to be open to new ideas, new technologies, new ways of conducting business . . . .

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Here's your chance to explain how a big data solution can help businesses that are buried in information but unable to retrieve answers.

KMWorld White Paper Series

***Coming in October 2015***

Best Practices in WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT

MASTER YOUR WEBSITE
Take Control of Content

Web content management has two major components: 1. What you put on your website; and 2. How you put it there. Web content needs to be succinct, descriptive and accurate. None of those things is easy.

That’s where Web content management tools come into play. By guiding the user through the practice of writing (also called authoring), collaborating, administering (also called following the rules), web content management tools can help every employee, however skilled, to do it right and according to accepted policies.

To what degree are you prepared to manage the fine details involved with Web publishing. Everyone in your company, from marketing to sales to administration has a stake in it. Are you doing right by your site? Find out how in the next KMWorld White Paper, “Best Practices in Web Content Management.”

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