International Business Day

Leading trade fair for enterprise content management is international / renowned speakers examine worldwide trends in the digital information management in Stuttgart, September 25, Cheap nba Jerseys 2012. For the first time, there will be an international business day with a special series of lectures in English on the DMS cheap nfl jerseys EXPO. This was the Organizer, Messe Stuttgart, in cooperation with the renowned speakers from Fake Ray Bans AIIM, 451 research, Gartner Group and PROJECT CONSULT win Association for information and image management (AIIM). Current developments and global trends in information management are at the Center. The lectures take place on Thursday, October 25, 2012, starting at 10:00 on the Convention stage in Hall 5 of the Messe Stuttgart. The participation is free of charge for visitors of the trade fair. The DMS EXPO is held parallel to the IT & business, trade fair for IT-solutions, this year from October 23 to 25.

The international business day provides on the DMS EXPO, ensure that the views of the trade fair visitor goes far over the European plate edge. With their presentations, enter Speakers a global overview of current developments, gained insights and views to key topics in information management. So for example Andrew Graham, the new Director of the AIIM Europe, speaks about “A sea of change in enterprise IT: the era of extreme information”. It shows on the basis of current market analysis data users are today faced with challenges: we are moving from the era of the system of record ‘, where it mainly Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses to the Administration and provision of high-quality information Cheap Ray Bans went, to the era of user-oriented system фильмы of engagement’. Here we are experiencing a dramatic increase in volume, complexity and speed.” Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer of the PROJECT CONSULT Unternehmensberatung and AIIM Ambassador in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, speaks about “records management: definitions, principles, standards, and trends”. He focuses on the eight principles for data retention and is also on the current debate about records management and enterprise search: we are currently before a battle between order and chaos, records management versus enterprise search.