Fusion or Crossing the line between Records and Document Management - By Rainer Krause - Managing Director - ELO Digital Office
This fusion of disciplines is one of the components of the next generation of Information Management tools that provide end-user a better and more intuitive way to use, share, and interact with information in any number of the organisation’s activities. There has to be also a shift in the mindset and the methodology or approach in the deployment of the product and the development of the solution. This article takes a look new approaches and discusses how DMS and RM are different disciplines. New approaches that apply not only to the product but to the project team charged with the implementation of the product and turning the product into a solution for the benefit of the organisation.
The Five Levels of Remote Work — and why you’re probably at Level 2 by Steve Glaveski
COVID-19 has forced companies the world over to enact — or create — remote working protocols. The likes of Box, Amazon, Airbnb, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all told their employees some variation of “work from home”. But so too are more traditional organisations across fields such as real estate, accounting and local government. This article introduces the Five Levels of Remote Work.
21st Century Information and Data Security Challenges – Unchartered Territories for Information Management Professionals - By Linda Shave
21st Century information and data security challenges are complex and deserve to be discussed. The presence of cybercrime has given rise to a vast number of cybersecurity legislative, regulatory initiatives and jargon. The full impact has yet to be seen. However, one thing is certain this paradigm shift will provide challenges for information management professionals.
This article will introduce information management professionals to a range of terminologies used across a number of fields, in order that, information management professionals can better understand the different jargon and participate in future discussions.