April Chapter Meeting
Thursday, April 13, 2017
11:30am – 12:00pm – Register/Lunch
12noon – 1pm – Presentation
Robert Half Legal
10 Almaden Boulevard
San Jose, Ca. 95113
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Leveraging Legacy Content to Build RIM Capabilities
Speaker: Brian Tuemmler, Information Governance Product Manager at Nuix
When trying to implement a records program through ECM, organizations often assume the new technology can replace the shared network drives. However, shared drives fulfill many functions that cannot (and should not) be done in SharePoint or any other ECM such as mocking up web sites, creating customer databases, developing or deploying software, archiving old materials, and sharing holiday party pictures. In the end, many organizations find that only around 5% of their content could appropriately be considered expired records. In addition, there is a wealth of information on shared drives that should be used to supplement traditional methods for planning, design and implementation of a records program. In the presentation, we will explore how to examine existing shared drive content to help build strategic RIM plans, taxonomies, liaison structures and technology.
About the Speaker:
Since 1991, Brian has advised domestic and international clients in the areas of strategic and information planning projects with an emphasis on new technologies such as document management, Indexing and Categorization Management tools, imaging, and workflow. He is Nuix’s Information Governance Product Manager and his responsibilities include helping Information Governance practitioners and sponsors set up and manage enterprise governance programs through methodology, training, tools and software. Brian is Chapter President of the AIIM Golden Gate Chapter and is a member of AIIM’s Company of Fellows. Brian is a frequent speaker and presenter at ARMA, AIIM, MER, Masters Conference and other industry events.
Our April meeting is graciously hosted by: