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Automation Idol - Who Will Win The AIIM-IBM Virtual Event on February 24?

In 2020, the two AIIM-IBM Virtual Events were a real bright spot for showcasing what IBM and its Clients and Business Partners are doing to expand the possibilities for AI-powered Business Automation. With four hours to work with, we found new ways to make it fun and engaging and not all about...


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The Art Of The Possible – Harvey Spencer Envisions a Fully Automated Financial Supply Chain

"Two Questions About Automation" is back with a brand new series of conversations with the deep thinkers of Automation. On Friday, February 12 at 11AM EST, longtime capture analyst Harvey Spencer joins me on IBM ExpertTV to discuss his latest thinking on where capture technology is...


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Records Managers Have Left The Basement for the Front Lines of Digital Transformation

A Records Manager is charged with one essential task for the organization: to ensure that institutional records of historical, fiscal, and legal value are identified and preserved, while also discarding non-essential records according to established legal guidelines. If it sounds simple, it’s...


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Round Up 2020 “Two Questions About Automation”

Want to learn what you need to know about Automation, but you don’t have much time? “Two Questions About Automation” was designed for you. The series debuted in 2020 and featured subject matter experts from IBM as well as leaders from our Clients and Business Partners. Each guest must answer...

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Best of 2020: New DBA Product Releases

Say what you will about 2020, but a serious amount of software development work got accomplished by IBM Development labs and many new Digital Business Automation offerings were announced and demonstrated. The DBA portfolio has both a platform development strategy, for capabilities that can be...

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CM8 2020 Update – What’s New in IBM Content Manager

At the fall 2020 Virtual User Event on September 18 , Neil Parrott presented the update and roadmap for IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition (CMEE). He covered the multi-platforms version, the Z version and updates to IBM Navigator that pertain to all CM8 users. There’s a section on web...

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Meet Kay Harris, President of the CM8 User Group

Kay Harris is currently Vice President, Strategic Business Solutions and Business Development, at SYSCOM, Inc., an IBM Business Partner with a long history in Automation. Before joining Syscom, Kay was Senior Vice President, Workflow and Image Technologies at Wells Fargo. David: How did you...

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Why Architecture is Destiny – A Conversation with Mike Winter, ECM Architect

The great Egyptian Pyramids, Stonehenge, and the Roman aqueducts still exist thousands of years later, because they were constructed by superior architects. These architects understood how to use durable materials, followed the principles of structural engineering, and, arguably, devised...

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Have You Kept Your Promises? New AIIM-IBM Event Seeks to Help

I am very proud to announce the next AIIM-IBM Virtual Event, “It’s Time To Realize The Promise Of Automation.” Join us on Wednesday October 7, starting at 11 AM ET for a four-hour journey to Hyperautomation that includes customer presentations, demonstrations, Business Partner talks, Design...

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Remote Working is Creating a New Kind of Content Chaos. Here’s a Solution.

How many collaboration platforms are too many? It’s not uncommon for me to bounce from GoToMeeting to Zoom to Microsoft Teams and back to Zoom in one day. I’ve also been Slacked to join a Webex where we are all viewing Trello while someone takes notes in Office Online. It’s great to have so...

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