e-Records Conference 2015: ECM Lessons Learned with Denton I.S.D

This is the third post of a multi-part recap of the 2015 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are available on the e-Records 2015 website. “Going paperless” is a popular business trend these days, but implementing Electronic Content Management (ECM) for the first time in a traditional office setting can be perilous if not…

e-Records Conference 2014: The Utility (and Immensity) of Government Data

This is the fourth post of a multi-part recap of the 2014 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are available on the e-Records 2014 website. By Angela Ossar, Government Information Analyst Government agencies create an immense amount of data. (Hooray for job security!) But what good is that data, really? Alan Webber, Research…

e-Records Conference 2014: Intentional Design

This is the second post of a multi-part recap of the 2014 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are coming soon to the e-Records 2014 website. By Bonnie Zuber, Government Information Analyst If you could design a system for your office that seamlessly connects users to information with an efficient workflow that results…

e-Records Conference 2014: Streamlining with SharePoint

This is the first post of a multi-part recap of the 2014 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are coming soon to the e-Records 2014 website. By Bret Adams, Government Information Analyst Okay, so if you didn’t attend e-Records 2014 — or if you happened to succumb to the common afternoon tendency to…