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Information Management Basics – Slides & Recording Links

Categories: Tech Tips

If you missed our February webinar, you can check out the slides and recording here. In a special, half-hour format Build Consulting shares their expertise in information management, beginning with a definition and overview of the basic challenges, taking questions from the webinar participants, and addressing real world situations throughout the webinar.

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New Year’s Resolutions Roundtable – Slides & Recording

Categories: Strategy

In the free slides and recording from our January 2017 webinar, we offer specific tips on upgrades to plan this year for your infrastructure including what to replace. We touch on security that you can't delay any longer, and also delve into productivity resolutions - how to get your team flowing using the tools you probably already have available. If it's been on your "to do" list, we hope this webinar will motivate you to get it done!

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Webinar: February 16th – Information Management Basics – Slides & Recording

Categories: Strategy

Are you wondering why everyone is talking about “big data”? Technology-driven information management plays an ever-increasing role in helping nonprofits understand the world around them—and their impact on it. But for nonprofit organizations to manage and leverage the vast amount of information you create, you need to understand your basics. Join us February 16th to discover ways to improve your information management mindset.

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Cloud Document Management Migration: Usability

Categories: SharePoint, OneDrive, and Office365

Third in a series of posts on migration and implementation of cloud document management, focused on usability. A cloud based solution might address every single need presented in the business case, but still fail due to poor usability. The tool or interface may not be a good match to the work culture of your users, may be over complicated, or not robust enough, may have a steep learning curve, or may allow users to bypass it entirely without penalty.

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