Buried in Information
Every company I’ve worked for has had some type of system for capturing and storing important information. It’s great that technology allows us to share important work documents with other employees, even ones we may not know personally. But is all of that information good for us? I stare at my computer screen all day and read a ton of stuff, then go home and read for personal enjoyment as well. But, frankly, I find that there’s just too much data to process.
On a grander scale, how do enterprises deal with capturing, storing and sharing so much information? Well, the folks at the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) have some good ideas for how to deal with all of that data. Check out today’s article in CMSWire by AIIM president and CEO John Mancini to learn more.
Author: Rob Goodman
Rob Goodman is a communications professional with more than 27 years of experience in public relations, marketing and content creation.