It’s Back to the Future, Not Crossing the Chasm When it Comes to AIIM’s “Systems of Record” and “Systems of Engagement”

Pardon the interruption from the recent Information Lifecycle Governance theme of my postings but I felt the need to comment on this topic.  I even had to break out my flux capacitor for this posting to remind me as I was certain I had seen this before. Recently at the ARMA Conference and currently in the AIIM Community at large, there is a flood ofContinue reading “It’s Back to the Future, Not Crossing the Chasm When it Comes to AIIM’s “Systems of Record” and “Systems of Engagement””

Why Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Failed But Needs an Updated Look

If you know me, you know I advocate something called Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG) as the proper model for managing information over its’ lifespan.  I was reminded recently (at IOD) during a conversation with Sheila Childs, who is a top Gartner analyst in this subject area, of a running dialogue we have on the differencesContinue reading “Why Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Failed But Needs an Updated Look”