Slides and Recap from ARMA PNW and Office 365 Saturday Vancouver

RecordPoint had three excellent events in the past two weeks: ARMA Pacific Northwest, AIIM International, and Office 365 Saturday in Vancouver. We love these events because it gives us a chance to get to know people, talk together about the challenges we face in our industry, and how we can solve these problems together. Additionally, we had the opportunity to present three sessions to add value to these conversations.

Dynamic Asset Information Management in Resource Industries [Video]

In this webinar, KeenIM and RecordPoint present our vision for Dynamic Asset Information Management (DAIM), which addresses these challenges. DAIM creates one source of truth for assets by aggregating information from multiple systems. If information about the asset changes, it will be updated everywhere while fulfilling records-management compliance requirements.

If you’ve been struggling with outdated asset information management systems that don’t provide the information you need to drive decisions and act with agility, then this webinar is for you.


Why You Should Attend SharePoint Fest Seattle [Video]

SharePoint Fest is one of the top Microsoft conferences in the United States. In 2018 they are moving to a five-day format, with a combination of workshops and technical sessions.

RecordPoint will present two sessions at SharePoint Fest Seattle, August 20-24th, 2018. These are The SharePoint Compliance and Records Management Story and High-Value Scenarios for Microsoft Teams. We hope to see you there!

State of Records Management | RecordPoint

The State of Records Management in the SharePoint and Office 365 Ecosystem [Video]

Anthony and Erica had the chance to catch up with Christian Buckley, Microsoft MVP and founder of CollabTalk. There are a lot of changes happening in the Office 365 records management space. Can Office 365 be considered a records management platform? How can you manage the lifecycle of content? Can you create a holistic content strategy across all of Microsoft’s content service? How can you manage all your content with a consistent set of policies? We cover these topics and more