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Why You Want to Measure ROI When Investing in HR Records Management

Why You Want to Measure ROI When Investing in HR Records Management

We’re not going to lie, it’s difficult to measure ROI in regards to human resource records management. 

However, when looking at the resources it takes to find the right platform, design a strategy and implement a solution, you—or your boss—want to make sure your HR records management program will give something in return. 

How do you know it’s a good investment? There are a few tangible ways you can see how investing in a robust records management solution will…

GDPR Countdown

GDPR Countdown

GDPR Countdown: 3 Months to Comply

May 25, 2018 is right around the corner.

If that date doesn’t ring a bell, we’re here to remind you again about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) passed by the European Union in 2016.

If you do business with European companies or your business stores data about EU citizens, you have until May 25, 2018 to meet the necessary GDPR requirements surrounding data security and management.

Because this is a European law, much of the focus has naturally been on EU companies. But take note: Organizations outside of the EU are still governed by GDPR if they store data, offer services to or monitor the behavior of EU individuals. So if this applies to you in any way, shape or form—no matter how little EU data you have—you are required to...

FOIA 101 What Government Agencies Need to Know

FOIA 101 What Government Agencies Need to Know

At its core, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives individuals a legally enforceable right to access government information. Last year, there were more than 788,769 FOIA requests, and agencies are struggling to keep up (over 115,000 requests are...

ECM at the Crossroads - Key Strategy Choices for Universal Content Access

What's the plan for your ECM system(s) - consolidate, integrate, mobilize, socialize, cloud...? Many users are facing important decisions around which systems to focus on and how to deploy them for maximum benefit.

In this annual AIIM ECM survey report, we take a look at the content stored in Enterprise Content Management or Document Management system(s), what is stored elsewhere, the balance of process platforms, information repositories, collaboration, and the steps being taken to improve information access inside and outside the organization. >> View Report

What is Enterprise Content Management and Why Is It So Important?

According to Aiim, The Global Community of Information Professionals, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the strategies, methods and tools used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM tools and strategies allow the management of an organization's unstructured information, wherever that information exists.

It's not enough to "manage" content. Of course, the ability to access the correct version of a document or record is important, but companies must go further. Content must be managed so that it is used to achieve business goals. Central to this strategy are the tools and technologies of ECM, which manage the complete lifecycle of content, birth to death. To drive understanding of these tools, this article highlights a typical process for a piece of content as well as four primary areas in which content, and ECM, is fundamental to the success of your company: Compliance, Collaboration, Continuity, and Cost.