Archive for March, 2010

Long Term Economics of Digital Preservation

March 20, 2010

Here is a fascinating study of the long term economics of digital preservation. There is way too much stuff being created digitally to preserve it all, if we did, the benefits don’t go to the people who pay the costs, and it takes way more thinking about than we are doing. Check this out.

Looking forward to the AIIM Show

March 20, 2010

I am getting close to 30 AIIM Shows I have attended. I probably missed 2 or 3 in the early 1980’s, but none since then. Even so, looking at the booth layout online, there are some things that stand out for me:

1. Capture is a big deal this year. There are lots of big and small capture vendors. Kodak is there in a tiny booth. Knowledgelake is there in a huge booth by Microsoft, where you would expect them. 15 years ago, Kodak was my barometer for the industry and Knowledgelake didn’t exist.

Latest AIIM SharePoint RM Column

March 7, 2010

Two of my Gimmal colleagues, Dr. Susan Cisco and Brad Teed, wrote this month’s On the Record with SharePoint column:

I thought it was one of our best efforts to date!