Derek Gerber from ActivePDF discusses using PDF as a tool for digital transformation, as well as his experience as a member of the AIIM Executive Leadership Council. Susan Gleason, manager of records and information governance at Shipman & Goodwin talks about the unique IIM challenges in the legal profession.
Peggy Winton, President and CEO of AIIM discusses the vision for AIIM in 2019. Why was it important to adopt "Intelligent Information Management" as a replacement for ECM? What critical components make up IIM? And what should we expect from AIIM in 2019?
speaks with Greg Milliken,
SVP of Marketing at M-Files about Intelligent Information Management in 2019 and how technologies like AI will shape our industry. Plus, Dr. Edward Hess discusses his book "The New Smart Machine Age and Where Humans Fit In."
speaks with Lorne Rogers
, an information management consultant with Aria consulting, in our ongoing "I Am AIIM" interviews. Lorne discusses Enterprise Content and Records Management using SharePoint, OpenText Content Server, and others. Plus, Marc Follenweider
, author of the book MIND+MACHINE: A Decision Model For Optimizing And Implementing Analytics
Director of Enterprise Content Management for the Metropolitan Council in Minneapolis visits for the first in a series of "I Am AIIM
" member interviews. Plus, best-selling technology author, Charles Arthur,
discusses his new book Cyber Wars: Hacks that Shocked the World.
Listen for action items you can use today.
In this episode we focus on the AIIM CIP program. What is the CIP exam like? How can you best prepare? And what is the value of having a CIP? We'll find out with two brand new recipients: Jill Stelter, Enterprise Content Manager at Snohomish County PUD and Jim Ilardi Senior Solutions Engineer at ASG Technologies. Kevin Craine asks them to describe their experience earning a CIP.
Kevin Craine speaks with Alan Pelz-Sharpe about the development of a new AIIM training course on Artificial Intelligence. Learn what to expect and how the program can help. Also on the show is Lorelei Chernyshov, Director of Information Governance at Merrick Bank, who discusses her experience taking the AIIM Emerging Technologies course and how it inspired her to learn morea bout AI. Find out more about AIIM training at AIIM.org/training.
AIIM Leadership Council members Rafael Moscatel and Claudio Chaves join Kevin Craine to discuss the recent AIIM Leadership Council Summit events and developments in Artificial Intelligence, Digital Transformation and Machine Learning.
66. Kevin Craine speaks with new AIIM member Sten Söderberg about the evolution of IIM and the upcoming challenges. Also, Craig Hatfield discusses his use of OnBase and his real world experience implementing systems and workflow that bring about more intelligent information management.
65.The General Data Protection Regulation went into effect last May, but the challenge isn’t over. Many organizations are still struggling to be compliant. What should you do? What perspectives and tactics that are most valuable? And where will the GDPR take is in the future?
Kevin Craine speaks with Elisabeth Belisle, Digital Transformation Consultant at Restore PLC, and Ed Steenhoek, Solution Principal and Product Manager at Informed Consulting, an AIIM Leadership Council member, about the biggest difficulties being experienced right now by organizations working to be compliant with the GDPR and steps organizations should take to assess their state of compliance.
64. Kevin Craine speaks with AIIM members Connie Prendergast and Amy Harrelson. Both are members of the AIIM Women in Information Management (WIIM) community. What is WIIM? Why is it important? And what benefits are women in AIIM getting from being a part of the group?
63. Kevin Craine speaks with a variety of attendees at AIIM18 including keynote speaker Mike Walsh, Kathy Malloy Records and Information Manager for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Hear Torey Hunt from Adlib Software, and Paula and Tony from ABBYY, as well as quick interviews with AIIM members attending the conference.
62. Kevin Craine speaks with three AIIM CIP recipients about their experience earning and using the certification. "CIP" stands for "Certified Information Professional" which covers a professionally designed body of knowledge necessary for information professionals to be successful in the digital economy. Listen to Andrew Pery from AGP marketing, Ed Steenhoek from Informed Consulting and Gerry Guilbeault from CIBC US all describe their efforts to study for and earn certification.
61. Kevin Craine speaks with AIIM Leadership Council member David Jones. Also interviews from AIIM18 with Susan Brown from McMillan Learning about AIIM Training, plus AIIM Women in Information Management Community member Heather Newman.
60. More interviews from AIIM18. Kevin Craine talks with keynote speaker Mike Walsh about digital transformation in the age of Artificial Intelligence. Also in this episode are interviews with AIIM LC member Cengiz Satir, as well as Priscilla Emery, Chair of the AIIM Fellows, and new Fellow inductee Alan Weintraub.
Special: Kevin Craine speaks with Alan Pelz-Sharp about his new training course for AIIM. Alan is the Founder and CEO of Deep Analysis and a past member of the AIIM board of directors. You’ve seen him in places like the Wall Street Journal and The Guardian and the BBC, CNBC and ABC. He's been with us before, most notably in August of 2017 when we talked about Artificial Intelligence and its emerging influence in the information management space.
59. Kevin Craine speaks with AIIM18 keynote Bryce Austin about his book "Secure Enough?" and 20 questions on cybersecurity for business owners and executives. Businesses today are at a new turning point. Cybersecurity issues are making headlines around the world. Listen for important advice and perspective. Also on the show are brief interviews directly from AIIM18 in San Antonio with members Eren Thibadeau, Greg Reig, Ken Ryan and our own Bob Larrivee.
58. Kevin Craine speaks with Mike Quinn about digital preservation strategies and technologies. Will your digital information archive be accessible and read-able in 100 years? Listen as Mike describes the difference between 'archive' and 'preservation' and aspects you must consider to ensure you can access, read and use information years from now regardless of changes and innovations in technology. Mike is the CEO of Preservica and a member of AIIM's Leadership Council.
57. Kevin Craine speaks with Lisa Haralampus, Director, Records Management Policy and Outreach at National Archives and Records Administration, about her upcoming presentation at AIIM18 regarding the NARA's Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative. Also on the show, Paul Lanios, Senior Account Executive at Arkive, who discusses the upcoming GDPR implementation in the UK.
56: Kevin Craine speaks with Greg Reid from AIIM's Board of Directors about the GDPR member community. Find out what purpose is for the group, what should we expect, and how will the community provide a value resource to AIIM members. Also on the show is Soo Kang, General Counsel at Zasio Enterprises, who is also one of the founders of the GDPR member community. Listen for his prediction of what will happen on May 25th and what to do to address the ongoing privacy implications in the EU and beyond.
55: Kevin Craine speaks with Alan Weintraub and Tom Wellman about the AIIM ECM Member Community. Alan will be inducted into the AIIM Company of Fellows at AIIM18, and Tom is the records manager for the Florida State Board of Administration. Both Alan and Tom discuss the purpose of the ECM Member community and what to expect from the group. They also share their real-world perspectives on Intelligent Information Management.
54: Kevin Craine speaks with AIIM 18 speakers Susan Sherrouse and Gina Smith talk with Kevin Craine about their upcoming presentations. Susan is a Principle Project Manager at Fluor, and explores the unique information challenges working in one of the world's largest engineering and construction firms. Gina Principle Information Manager at the City of Edmonton and she discusses the lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid in city government operations.
53: Kevin Craine speaks with John Daly, Information Governance Manager at the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, about his current challenges in information management. Hear how the District is working to improve the management of both paper and digital content. Also in this episode are the continuation of interviews from our last episode with Mark Patrick, the new chairman of the board at AIIM, as well as AIIM ELC and board member Dan Abdul. Hear discussion on Intelligent Information Management, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics, and highlights from sessions coming to AIIM18 in April.
52: Kevin Craine speaks with Peggy Winton, CEO at AIIM, about the new name change and what to expect from the association in 2018. Board Chair Mark Patrick discusses Intelligent Information Management and Executive Leadership Counsel member Dan Abdul explores the new AIIM Trendscape report and reflects on 2017 as a transformative year.
51: Kevin Craine speaks with Sid Probstein, CTO and Vice President of Solution Delivery with AI Foundry about his 8 for '18 Banking technology predictions. Also, excerpts from 2017 interviews with Alan Peltz-Sharpe of Deep Analysis, Rich Howarth, Vice President of Engineering for the Watson Data Platform at IBM, and Allen Podraza, Director, Records Management & Archives, American Medical Association.
50: Steve Behm
, VP of Sales Americas at DocuWare discusses intelligent information management in the cloud and document automation. Jesse Wilkins
, Director of Professional Development at AIIM discusses AIIM training
49: Special Episode - Part Two - How Digital Disruption is Driving Better Decisions.
AIIM Analyst Thomas LaMonte
speaks with Sid Probstein
who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. The discussion covers a range of topics including innovative Enterprise Content, Search, Big Data, and Analytics solutions. Find out more at AIFoundry.com
48: Special Episode - Part One - How Digital Disruption is Driving Better Decisions. AIIM Analyst Thomas LaMonte speaks with Sid Probstein who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. The discussion covers a range of topics including innovative Enterprise Content, Search, Big Data, and Analytics solutions. Find out more at AIFoundry.com
47: Bob Larrivee
, VP of Research at AIIM, discusses the new Industry Watch Report "Improving Business Operations in 2017
" and how companies are using data capture to boost their efficiency and success. Also, part one of a three part interview conducted by AIIM analyst Thomas LaMonte
with Sid Probstein
who is CTO and vice president of solution delivery with AI Foundry. Topics include Big Data, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.
46: Author Michael Gale discusses his book "The Digital Helix: How to Transform Every Aspect of Your Organization to Win Now and in the Future." This interview explores digital transformation and how organizations are using information to fuel better and faster decision-making in important areas like sales, product development, and service and support.
45: Peggy Winton joins us to celebrate 250,000 downloads! Peggy is the President and CEO of AIIM International and discusses the growing popularity of AIIM On Air, plus what to expect in 2018 from AIIM
44: Greg Reid
from the AIIM Board of Directors discusses issues surrounding data security, the EU's GDPR
and privacy regulations, and the challenges of content management in the Life Sciences industry. Greg is an experienced global management consultant with infuturellc.com.
43: Part 3/3, taken from a recent AIIM webinar, Getting Strategic, Lessons Learned from Three Decades of ECM Experience
. Hosted by John Mancini
, Chief Evangelist at AIIM, guests include George Warner
, Director of ECM-Service Delivery for New York State, Information Technology Services; Jenson Jacob
, Lead Enterprise Architect for the Office of CTO for New York State; and Paul Cortellisi
President of NY-based FileNet User Group.
In this final episode of the discussion the panel discusses how to be successful in selling and supporting ECM techniques and systems, and what they believe the future holds in in terms of advanced strategies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Analytics.
42: Part 2/3, taken from a recent AIIM webinar, Getting Strategic, Lessons Learned from Three Decades of ECM Experience
. Hosted by John Mancini, Chief Evangelist at AIIM, guests include George Warner, Director of ECM-Service Delivery for New York State, Information Technology Services; Jenson Jacob, Lead Enterprise Architect for the Office of CTO for New York State; and Paul Cortellisi President of NY-based FileNet User Group.
In this part of the discussion the panel discusses how content management challenges change when the scale is massive – across millions or billions of documents. How best to manage the scope. What are the risks and opportunities? And what should we do to prepare?
41: Part 1/3, taken from a recent AIIM webinar, Getting Strategic, Lessons Learned from Three Decades of ECM Experience
. Hosted by John Mancini
, Chief Evangelist at AIIM, guests include George Warner
, Director of ECM-Service Delivery for New York State, Information Technology Services; Jenson Jacob
, Lead Enterprise Architect for the Office of CTO for New York State; and Paul Cortellisi,
President of NY-based FileNet User Group. In this part of the discussion the panel explores the challenges and opportunities when ECM becomes mission critical. Can systems go down? What happens if? And how can we best avoid outages in our systems.
39: Alan Pelz-Sharp, Founder and CEO of Deep Analysis, discusses Artificial Intelligence and its emerging influence in the information management space. Also, author John Johnson, PhD discusses his book "Everydata - The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Everyday." Don't miss this interview
with one of today’s top experts in economics, business analytics, and Big Data.
38: Professor Edward Hess
discusses The New Smart Machine Age
and where humans fit in. Will smart machines and robots start taking our jobs? What can we do to prepare for the inevitable transformation to robotics and automation? Ed is a Professor of Business Administration at the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia. You’ve seen and heard him in places like WSJ Radio, CNBC, NPR, and Investor’s Business Daily. Also, part two of an interview with Rich Howarth
, Vice President of Engineering, Watson Data Platform at IBM, discussing Watson, AI and analytics.
37: Bob Larrivee
, Vice President and Chief Analyst of Market Intelligence at AIIM, discusses the new AIIM Industry Watch Report Business Process Automation 2017 – Designing an Intelligent Workplace
. Bob also discusses recent research on Understanding GDPR Readiness in 2017
. Also, part one of an interview with Rich Howarth
, Vice President of Engineering, Watson Data Platform at IBM, discusses innovations in analytics, cognitive capture and how Watson fits into the new paradigm of Intelligent Information Management. Stay tuned for our next episode featuring part two with Rich.
36: John Mancini
, Chief Evangelist at AIIM International, discusses the term "Intelligent Information Management
," and why AIIM believes this is the new direction and heading for the Enterprise Content Management industry. Is IIM the new ECM? Find out in this compelling interview with John and host Kevin Craine.
34: Reynold Leming
from Informu Solutions discusses the EU General Data Protection Regulation
(GDPR) and why it is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. The implications are global, and organizations around the world should now consider the implications.
33: AIIM17 First Time Review and Mind+Machine Analytics
: Author Marc Vollenweider
discusses his new book Mind+Machine
and how the human mind must (and will) interact with machines and analytics to create opportunities and capabilities that don't exist today. He also discusses the EU's GDPR
. Also, Addie Wright
, a Database Supervisor from Measured Progress gives us her first-time review of AIIM17.
32: Perspectives on Information Management: Interviews with Tom Motzel and Paul Engel, both inducted into the AIIM Company of Fellows at AIIM17 in recognition of distinction for outstanding contributions to the ECM industry. They share their thoughts on the current state of information management and where they see the industry heading.
28: "Paper-Light" at the AMA - Integration of Multiple RIM Systems
: Allen Podraza
, Director of Records Management and Archive from the American Medical Association
discusses their efforts to become "paper-light". Warren Bean
, Systems Engineer from Zasio Enterprises
discusses the advantages of an integrated, best-of-breed approach to records and information management.
23: Going Paper Free at AIIM, plus Infonomics. Felicia Dillard
, CFO at AIIM, discusses specific steps AIIM is taking to become paper free. Also, Randy Krotowski
, former CIO at Chevron and Caterpillar discusses his involvement in the recent AIIM research project on Infonomics and his viewpoint on placing value on enterprise information.
22: Analytics and Cognitive Computing; More on Going Paper Free. Andrea Chiappe
, Director of Innovation at Systemware, discusses opportunities in the convergence of analytics, cognitive computing, and machine learning. Plus Claudia Kieran
, Corporate Senior Accountant at Wildman Business Group, tells us about their efforts at Wildman to become more paper free, and how they did it.
21: ECM in the Insurance Industry
. Dan Antion
, VP Information Services from American Nuclear Insurers, discusses the specific challenges managing information in a highly specialized and regulated industry. Plus, his organization's plans for executive level succession and why he feels that is a strategic imperative.
. Reynold Leming
from the UK Information and Records Management Society discusses the new AIIM white paper Infonomics, "How Do You Measure The Value of Information
." This was the topic at the 2016 Executive Leadership Council (ELC) meetings in the US and the UK.
Special Episode on BPM - AIIM Industry Watch webinar
with chief analyst Bob Larrivee
on process improvement (and BPM) with guest Adam Storch
, Vice President, Business Solutions at Microstrategies. Bob and Adam explore five steps to learn how BPM can work for you.
Special Episode on SharePoint - Bob Larrivee
, chief analyst at AIIM, conducts this webinar
with guests Barry Jink
s, President & CEO at Colligo Networks and Mike Alsup
, Senior Vice President at Gimmal. The panel discusses important factors to consider before making your move with SharePoint.
18: Guest Marc Solomon
discusses using a SharePoint Center of Excellence at his insurance company (and the value to marry the business purposes with technical functions); plus Cenzig Satir
and Roger Beharry Lall
from AIIM16. Also excerpts from a recent AIIM webinar on SharePoint
featuring Bob Larrivee
, Barry Jinks
(stay agile and modify as you need) and Mike Alsup
(plan the journey YOU want to take with SharePoint).
discusses new AIIM Industry Watch research on SharePoint
. Kurt Neumann
and Laurie Fischer
from AIIM16 with a look at the generations in the workplace, and how to get along.
Also: Five Questions to Ask before you Buy a Capture System.