- Posted January 23, 2014 by
EIM Update 2014 in Hamburg.
such as trends , standards and legal information management presented ; under the motto 2014 " Zuboff `` s Laws " is : Everything that can be automated will be automated . Everything that can be informated will be informated . Every digital application did can be used for surveillance and control will be used for surveillance and control . The annual update of PROJECT CONSULT around information management has now become tradition in the industry.
Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer gave short lectures with additional sources summaries of key topics to EIM Enterprise Information Management . Dr. Kampffmeyer is a consultant , speaker and author of many years of profound knowledge of the scene and is considered the mentor of the industry in Europe. The program included , of course, the two thematic blocks "standards" and " legal issues " . It was shown in each case , which is added to the major innovations in the last year, which is from the previous year still important - but is not treated - and what to expect in the coming year.
In a relaxed , friendly atmosphere there was plenty of time for questions and information. In this year's update , topics such as : " what is actually EIM " ; opportunities and risks of cloud ; Information Governance & Records Management , changes in international, European and DACH market for ECM , current standards; predefined processes versus open collaboration , " one must 2.0 finally bury " ; ? information Security & information Protection , secure Email & Special curls , etc. shown enough space.
For EIM heard the ECM core and social business , multi - channel Publishin , Multi - Mobile Devices , Cloud Saas & Ubiquitous , Automation & car - Classification , Enterprise Search , Analytics ( BigData BI ), Web 2.0 & Enterprise 2.0 : - Dr. Kampffmeyer . At the end there was a view of the main EIM trends for the year 2014. The topics have been extensively documented and made the documents to the participants directly about the event electronically.
Prof.h.c. Dr.h.c. Natalia Eitelbach of Philosophy of European Science NCLC Institute USA.