Navigating the Changing Information Landscape
How well do you know your terrain? Your terrain can be defined as the information, records, content, and data in your organization. Simply put, do you know what you have and where it is? It's no secret the information landscape is changing - the amount of information created every day continues to grow exponentially, tools and technology are constantly changing, and the workforce is expanding. Trying to keep track of it all and organizing it can be overwhelming. If you feel buried under piles of information and frustrated because you just can't ever seem to find what you're looking for in SharePoint or Office 365, we have good news. You are not alone. Over the past decade, Access Sciences Corporation has helped organizations succeed in their SharePoint implementations whether on-premise, online, or both. How do we define success? Your end users are using the new platform, and like it New content is no longer being created on network drives, personal storage, or worse, paper Everyone knows where content belongs and nobody is keeping a copy 'just in case' Information governance: compliance, security, and retention, are built into the platform Your content auto-inherits metadata that comes from a platform-agnostic enterprise taxonomy You have identified what content must migrate, and even entertain the thought it might someday get done If you're already there, you're looking ahead at what new capabilities to leverage from your technology roadmap: business intelligence, process automation, systems integration, predictive analytics… the list goes on. You should be feeling pretty good. However, if you're wondering why you're struggling and you know it's not for lack of technology, then join us as we share a proven approach for implementing successful, useable, and sustainable information management solutions, for organizations like yours. Seating will be limited to 30. This event is invitation only. To reserve your spot, please register by Friday, April 26, 2019.
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