Enterprise Content Management – 2017 – What’s Going To Happen!

Every year I like to give my personal views and thoughts on what is happening in the industry based on my international training seminars, interactions with businesses and clients and through my consulting engagements. With Brexit looming, major changes across the European landscape (both politically and economically) and other wider global effects Here are the 5 areas, in no particular order of importance: 1. Security. As kind of expected, there…

RookMay Delivers Archiving Consultancy to Global Westcon-Comstor (WestconGroup Inc.)

24 July 2016 RookMay supports Westcon-Comstor on a global electronic and digital Archiving Project. Westcon had challenges in having the right knowledge and skills internally to understand the information compliance, industry regulations, legislations, security concerns and cross border and cloud based document archiving requirements. RookMay was appointed to help create requirements based on international best practice standards and the compliance and legislative requirements that exist in different countries. RookoMay carried…

2016: Five Predictions for Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

Here is my list of key predictions for the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market as I see it. I have been actively working in this market for nearly 20 years now. Over this period have seen a lot of changes with changes in IT and the way we work having big impacts. I’ve worked for an ECM Vendor, [in the Document Management division of] a large global IT consultancy, ran…

Why Finance, Banking and Insurance Professionals Need to Attend Cyber Security and Data Information Compliance Training

Cybersecurity is one of the topics that should be on everyone’s list—from the most senior managers and boards of directors, all the way down to line managers. Cybersecurity is not a topic or an issue just for the Information Technology staff or the CIO to address; it is a risk that isn’t exclusive in who, what or where it targets. It is a risk that is difficult to clearly define….