Need a cure for those middle of the week blues? There is nothing like a quality webinar to get you through the work week.
The Association for Information and Image Management, better known as AIIM, starts the new year off with a bang by offering five ECM related webinars on five Wednesdays in the first quarter of 2009.
Are you worried that you won't be ready when the lawyers start knocking on the doors of your organization? Take a proactive stance against the inevitable and get your mind around the challenge of eDiscovery by attending this webinar. Your manager and your shareholders will thank you.
If you work in a Microsoft shop, then you are either already using SharePoint or you are seriously considering implementing it. As with every product from Microsoft, there are good and bad aspects. This webinar will help separate the facts from the FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt).
No matter how hard we try, we can't seem to go completely digital. While we continue to strive for the utopia of a paperless office, we have to manage the paper in our lives. If you are in need of an imaging solution, and who isn't at this point, check out the webinar for an overview of distributed capture.
Speaking of paperless offices, one way to get on top of the paper in your office is to get rid of as much of it as you can. Are you staring at stacks of dead trees and not sure where to start? This webinar will help you determine what should be scanned and what should be scrapped.
AIIM closes out the series of Wednesday webinars with an old classic: search. As your volume of data increases, so does the need to find relevant information quickly and efficiently. If you are struggling with your enterprise search solution, then this webinar is for you.
If one or more of these webinars sounds interesting, all you need is:
- a Windows PC (sorry Mac fans)
- a set of speakers or headphones
- an internet connection (the faster the better)
- a media player (Real Player or Windows Media Player)
Make your Wednesdays worthwhile with a webinar from AIIM.