Why is Accessibility Important?According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are an estimated 285 million people worldwide who are blind or partially sighted, with 39 million being blind and 246 million having low vision. (Medicine).
- Where is my print job?
- Have my statements and letters been mailed?
- When will those documents be delivered?
- Have I re-couped postage and production cost by line of business?
This is a question on the mind of governance groups everywhere, and the reality is that many organizations still have gaps when it comes to securing their data and documents once they leave the control of IT managed systems and processes.
What should you wear to this event?
This is a really important question given the current environment we are all living in right now. Let me share the good news - what you wear is totally up to you! Be as comfy as you want! You don't have to wear a suit and tie, a name badge and what's even more important - there's no need to worry about social distancing, so you don't have to wear a mask. That is unless you have a really cool mask that you like to wear around your home or office.
Look at any modern archive or enterprise content management system and it will include the concept of an Archival Information Package. In legacy archives the concept of an AIP was usually synonymous with a batch – for example an application might generate a file contain several thousand data records (customer statements) and this package of digital documents would be loaded into the archive in one go. In modern ECM systems AIPs are often smaller units, for example a case file related to specific customer activity that has now concluded.