AIIM launched a new community site: ZyLAB helps with Expert Blogger

Posted on April 23, 2010

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This week, AIIM launched a new community site (www.aiimcommunities.org) on which a group of “experts” has been invited to contribute blog content.  I am proud to be one of them!

I will be blogging for the  ERM (Electronic Records Management) community. As an AIIM board member, I am a big believer in what AIIM stands for: providing education, research, and best practices to help organizations find, control, and optimize their information.

Technology can accomplish only a portion of proper ERM, but policies, standards, methodologies, training and education are essential to making a success of the individual components. Like never before, the information explosion forces us to keep up and stay ahead of the negative effects of information overload.

Electronic Records Management  is a big topic. The ERM pages of the AIIM community are just a start. This community will evolve into both an encyclopedia of knowledge surrounding the issues, technologies, and concepts of managing records (paper AND electronic) as well as a repository for best practices for doing so.

Every week, I will contribute to the site and the topics will vary from search technology, e-discovery, records management, corporate governance, information access, text mining, text analytics, knowledge engineering, knowledge management, computation linguistics, artificial intelligence, and enterprise information management.

You can find my first contribution here: http://www.aiimcommunities.org/users/jscholtes

Stay tuned!

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