Rules-based recordkeeping is the most accurate method for classifying records. Bruce Miller, President of RIMtech Consulting, walks us through the benefits and challenges of this approach.
How does rules-based record keeping work and how does it make life easier for end users? John Gunning, Head of Product for RecordPoint, answers these questions about federated information management and more.
How do defense and government organizations use Office 365? Doug Hemminger, Evangelist for SharePoint and Office 365 at SPR Consulting, walks us through a case study of how one organization is using a government Office 365 tenant, including Delve, Bots, Information Management, Compliance and Retention, and Microsoft Teams.
PowerBI is a powerful Microsoft tool for data visualizations. In this video Treb Gatte, Founder and CEO of Tumble Road, walks us through some scenarios where PowerBI has added value to an organization. He also reviews licensing and provides tips about how to get started with PowerBI.
Why do you need process automation for GDPR? How does this complement your records and content management strategies? Watch this video to understand how to be ready for GDPR compliance.
Some compliance examples of future trends include quantum computing, machine learning, IoT, and artificial intelligence. How will they impact you?
Content Management Services is the next evolution of Enterprise Content Management being promoted by industry analysts and Microsoft. What does this mean to information and records management professionals, and how is it different?
In this webinar, KeenIM and RecordPoint present our vision for Dynamic Asset Information Management (DAIM), creating one source of truth for assets by aggregating information from multiple systems.
To successfully manage all your records, a good file plan is one of the key components of your system. Here is how a File Plan works in RecordPoint Records365.
100 million people use Office 365, and its market share is still growing. Have you started to explore how cloud technologies might benefit your business? If you haven’t, chances are you will soon. How can you arm yourself with information to be prepared?