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Free Webinar: Data Explosion in Your Organization?
Published Oct 09 2018 10:02 AM 11.7K Views

We’re facing a data explosion – changes in the way we do business have resulted in a rapid increase in the amount of data and information being collected throughout your business. As this data grows, so do the problems of managing it all. Where, or what, can you turn to for help?

Our modern business techniques require a modern approach to managing the increased data in our systems. For many, the chosen system is Office 365 - but, no matter what the system, the data still needs to be managed, governed, and supervised to provide value.
Join us for the FREE webinar on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 
from 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT (11:00am-11:45amPDT/ GMT-5)
Register here.


More details from the event page: 

"In this webinar, AIIM’s chief evangelist John Mancini and Nishan DeSilva from Microsoft will discuss the latest ways Office 365 is providing the tools to develop and implement a modern records management strategy to take charge of the data explosion, including:

  • Improved Findability: How to find and retain important data while eliminating ROT (redundant, outdated and trivial information) – with classification, archiving, retention, disposition, supervision, and more
  • New Approaches to Governance: Where the Office 365 governance capabilities are today and what’s in store for the future, highlighted by the newest features and scenarios available
  • Increased Business Intelligence: How machine learning algorithms can automatically or manually detect, classify sensitive data mapping to enterprise taxonomies

In addition, Nishan DeSilva will share customer use case stories that illustrate these modern approaches to the latest functionality found in Office 365. Hear how information professionals are succeeding with governing their data in Office 365. And envision how you can succeed, too." 

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