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Information Record Management standard

Intro For the ECM systems a lot of organizations (especially government) require solutions to be compliant with AS ISO 15489 standard that defines Records Management requirements for the following procedures: Records creation and capturing Active Records management (centralized/decentralized, filling records, maintenance, barcoding) Records appraisal and disposal planning Policy and procedures documentation Training programmes Management of […]

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What is a Taxonomy

In this post I’d like to provide the quick overview of what is the Taxonomy Taxonomy is a categorization framework agreed upon by business and content owners (with the help of subject matter experts)that will be used to tag content. As an Information Architect building the taxonomy is an important activity of your role. Taxonomy […]

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Protected: The cost of daily paperwork routine

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Save the tree – use eForms (statistics)

2011-01-24 09:00:34

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How to select the right Key Performance Indicators

In these days I’m working on how Information Architecture is designed for the Dashboard/Scorecards solutions – what information artefacts are used and how they are organized. While skimmed different resources on this topic I found one interesting statement by David Parmenter, in his book “Key Performance Indicators:Developing,Implementing,and Using Winning KPIs” that I reckon is worth […]

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Taxonomy Types

2011-01-24 08:58:47

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Protected: ECM Discovery Costs

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Top Content Management sites

Found a nice description of top Content Management Sites http://aiim.typepad.com/aiim_blog/2009/03/just-the-facts-please-top-content-management-sites.html All are really good, except … where I can’t find the way to subscribe on RSS updates. It’s a bit awkward – the site is about Information Management and e-Discovery, but no way to find the connections to the information. Some sites publish information in […]

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Protected: Interesting facts about ECM systems

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Pillars of a Collaboration Project

 Michael Porter and Alan Weintraub published really good article regarding four pillars of collaboration project. When looking to implement a collaboration project, it is critical to understand that there are four pillars and that a single pillar alone will not address the requirements of your project. These four pillars are –  Messaging, Real Time Collaboration, Team Collaboration, […]

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