And the winner is … paper?

Now on my AIIM Expert Blog: My wife and I went to see the movie Argo last night as part of our run-up to the Oscars this weekend, and I couldn’t help but be struck by one scene in particular that perfectly framed the long-running argument over the relative security of paper vs. electronic documents. Continue […]

Leftovers or nouvelle cuisine? Thoughts following breakfast chat re SharePoint

During a working breakfast this morning, the conversation turned, as it so often does, to the subject of SharePoint. And as it so often is, the question before the jury was “Just what is SharePoint, anyway?” Overall, relatively little new light was shed on the range of possible answers, leaving us feeling as if we […]

To CIP or not to CIP? That’s no longer the question

I have been tracking with some interest lately a number of discussions (online and otherwise) about just how “real” AIIM’s new Certified Information Professional (CIP) designation actually is, and it’s been interesting to see the consensus move from “the what?” to “yeah, I’m looking at that now” and the start of “yes, I’ve got mine!”[callout title=See […]

Microfilm, mainframes, and other things that just won’t go away

Now on my AIIM Expert Blog: Any time you hear or read about someone or some company claiming that a particular technology you still find valuable is not long for this earth (microfilm, mainframes, fax, etc.), be sure you question their motive for saying so. Chances are, they want you to throw out what you have […]