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Presentations

Intentional Design: Embedding Records Management into Technology

Presented By: 
John Rhoades
First presented in: 
November 18th, 2014

Presented for the 2014 eRecords Conference in Austin, TX, this presentation discusses how to engage user communities in defining records management requirements during technology design. Specific focus was given to a proven process for completing iterative, agile development that achieves various compliance objectives.

Clean Up on Aisle 7! Grocery Shopping, Taxonomy, and Knowledge Workers

Presented By: 
Anne Tülek, John Rhoades

When you walk into a grocery store for the first time, you typically look at the signs above the aisles to determine where you stand the best chance of finding the items on your shopping list. You determine that the bottle of ketchup on your list is most likely on Aisle 7 where the other “Condiments” are located, but only after passing the canned vegetables aisle while vaguely wondering if it would be next to the tomatoes.

Don't Forget the SPF! Applying SharePoint Fundamentals to Enhance your Work Life

Presented By: 
Glen Hilford
First presented in: 
Thursday, July 31st 2014

 

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When you're not spending your days searching for the information you need to do your job, you can free up some time to take that vacation you've worked so hard for.
And don't forget the SPF...

Coming of Age: Initiation Rites of Business Critical Information Programs

Presented By: 
Anne Tülek, John Rhoades
First presented in: 
June 2014

As Enterprise Information Management (EIM) programs develop, EIM leaders and their stakeholders face this question: How will this program continue to deliver business value over time?

What's Your Flavor? A SharePoint Suitable for Every Taste

Presented By: 
Anne Tülek, Glen Hilford
First presented in: 
April 2014

The ubiquity of SharePoint® is a given. Its functionality and ease of deployment guarantee its popularity.  But which flavor of “SharePoint” does your organization have? Has the same version been implemented throughout your company? Is it possible to govern SharePoint deployments company-wide? Without a strategic information architecture, implementations result in site sprawl, a lack of governance, misalignment with business processes and requirements, and content duplication.

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