“Auto-appraisal is a critical component of digital transformation, as it enables organizations to manage information in a more effective and efficient way, while also ensuring compliance with regulatory and legal requirements.”
Information stockpiles are growing too fast for humans to keep up, making autoclassification and autoapprisal the only viable solution.
Being shovel ready for Microsoft 365
At Synercon, we managed a speedy re-platform because we had all the knowledge needed to build a new information architecture in SharePoint.
Intelligent automation of recordkeeping in Auckland Transport
We combined existing knowledge and toolsets build an intelligent automation platform for records and information management.
Barriers to autoclassification for information governance and how to overcome them
To enable automation we need to transform our information governance controls into machine readable formats that underpin autoclassification.
Why you need ontologies to automate records appraisal and classification
Autoclassification depends on machine readable data models, such as ontologies, that convey the requisite knowledge.
Eating our own (autoclassification) dogfood and loving it
We autoclassified and appraised our legacy client records with help from our partner, Pingar. These were the results.
Automating recordkeeping (Conni Christensen, Image and Data Manager)
Read about our research with metadata and data models to enable automation in this August 2014 issue of Information and Data Manager.
Automating recordkeeping – what’s holding us back?
By studying successful systems, we can understand which design and functionality features will allow us to automate recordkeeping processes.
Classification – more than just searching
Little is said about the theory and discipline of building classification schemes beyond their search and retrieval function.