There are several key categories of documents that should be targeted as part of information management projects, while other documents can be ignored.
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When planning an information management strategy, there can be an overwhelming volume of documents and other content to address. Within even a single business unit of a typical organisation, thousands of documents are created in a given year. While it would be desirable to have all of these managed to the same high level, this is clearly impractical. In practice, however, there are certain types of documents that need to be managed more tightly, while others can be ignored (at least in the short term). This briefing identifies some key categories of documents that should be targeted as part of
Effective information management is not easy. This article outlines 10 critical success factors that address organisational, cultural and strategic issues.
Information must be managed on three levels within an organisation: corporate, team and individual. Tools and processes must be provided for each of the levels.
This article shares survey results and recommendations on the design and implementation of online staff directories, the most used element of most intranets.
Online forms on a corporate intranet deliver clear benefits and cost savings. This article outlines a simple step-by-step approach to implementing online forms.
All delivery channels (not just the intranet) must be considered when planning an overall information management and communications strategy.
This briefing provides an at-a-glance definition of terms for a range of information systems, including CMS, DMS and RMS.
In many organisations, the intranet competes with e-mail, file shares, document management and records management. What is needed is a clear policy about what these…
This briefing helps to dispell the widespread confusion in the marketplace between document management systems (DMS) and content management systems (CMS).