Records Management is the practice of identifying, classifying, archiving, preserving, and sometimes destroying records. There is an International Standard on records management, ISO 15489: 2001. This defines records management as, "The field of management responsible for the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use and disposition of records, including the processes for capturing and maintaining evidence of and information about business activities and transactions in the form of records".
In this Gigaom Research Webinar, we will examine the schism between the automated enterprise and the manual operations that support it, assess the tools and processes available to bring the back office up to speed, and present a roadmap to bring business agility and consistency to your operations. We will discuss real-world examples and draw lessons that businesses of all sizes can use.
Email is the primary communication system and file transport mechanism used in organizations of all sizes. Email systems generate enormous amounts of content that must be preserved for a variety of reasons, including:
-Compliance with local, state, federal and international statutory requirements
- Electronic discovery requirements and best practices
- Knowledge management applications
- Disaster recovery and business continuity
The Editor interviews Deidre Paknad, Vice President of IBM’s Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG) Solutions Business, former CEO of PSS Systems, and founder of the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC).
Download this month’s installment of CRM Magazine’s Best Practices Guide, you’ll hear from six AppExchange vendors from a variety of categories: Help Desk, Data Quality, Customer Satisfaction, Digital Signatures, and Field Service.
Following a series of in-depth interviews with Senior IT professionals in various industries this video provides their findings and the direct and in-direct value derived from using HPs Backup, Recovery and Archiving solutions.
With fewer resources and an increasing volume and size of file transfers each year, moving files in the extended enterprise has never seemed more complex. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how to tackle the challenge of higher costs, increasing volume and size of file transfers, and fewer resources with one mature, managed file transfer process.
Here’s a riddle: What have you used for a very long time, occasionally pulled your hair out over, contains lots of cells with mathematical formulas, and is very stressful to update whenever a tax law or GAAP principle changes?
This newly-released e-Guide provides IT professionals who are “in the trenches” with a concise assessment of the challenges they face with legacy file transfer systems—and looks at innovative solutions and best practices that can solve these problems.
In this case study, you’ll learn how Rochester General Hospital leveraged MOVEit’s point and click simplicity to set up, manage and track more than 70 different file transfer operations between hospital servers and the systems used by payers and outside healthcare providers.
This just-released e-Guide provides IT professionals who are “in the trenches” with a concise assessment of why legacy file transfer systems are no longer adequate in the face of today’s skyrocketing user demands. Specifically, the e-Guide exposes the limitations of “business as usual” file transfer solutions such as FTP and e-mail, and looks at an innovative solution that can make the IT professional’s job much easier
Customers’ expectations have never been so high. Yet, leaders at many banks and financial institutions still fail at providing a smooth, personalized, timely and relevant experience throughout channels. By leveraging the increasing amount of data about customers, bankers can create information to constantly improve their understanding of product usage, profitability, risk, buying behavior and financial needs. Access this white paper today to learn about expert solutions that can help you reinvent your business operations and create a customer-focused company. Read on now to explore more.
The age of the customer. Possibly no term better illustrates the current era of business. Customers expect their experience to be flawless at every touchpoint, and with competitors only a click (or tap) away, company leaders have a strong incentive to deliver. Online retailers have set a high standard in the way that they engage customers on an ongoing basis—not just during the commercial transaction, but before, during and after each interaction with the customer. Can service providers in industries such as banking, insurance, healthcare and government meet the challenge?
In today’s mobile, connected era, customers expect perfection from their service providers. With competitors only a click (or tap) away, companies have a strong incentive to deliver flawless operations. Online retailers have “set a high bar” in the way that they engage customers throughout the entire sales process—not just during the commercial transaction, but before, during and after the transaction. Can your insurance company meet the challenge?