2ND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WORKSHOP: DIGITIZING RECORDS AND AUTOMATION OF PROCESSES & WORKFLOWS (14TH TO 18TH NOV 2016)

Digital media management

2ND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WORKSHOP: DIGITIZING RECORDS AND AUTOMATION OF PROCESSES & WORKFLOWS (14TH TO 18TH NOV 2016)

In the current age of information, Data is an asset essential in organizational operations. Therefore Digital asset management (DAM) which involves storing and retrieving rich media and managing digital rights and permissions which include photos, music, videos, animations, podcasts and other multimedia content.With DAM an archive is created and a system is put in place to manage and preserve these digital assets making it easier to manage them with ease of retrieval, location and easy future reference. In this system, a created database contains metadata with file numbers, names, file format, location and in some cases the use of the data.

records management

Understanding Records Management Training

Records Management Training aims at providing innovative, comprehensive, and cost-effective records management instruction within an organization. Records Management training provides knowledge on Basic Records Operations, Electronic Records Management and Vital Business Information including knowledge Management.

We currently live in the age of information characterized by Digital Revolution with rapid technological changes

EDMS Training

Demystifying the The Intranet and Extranet

The intranet is essentially a small-scale version of the internet, operating with similar functionality, but existing solely within the firm. Like the internet, the intranet uses network technologies such as Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). It allows for the creation of internal networks with common internet applications that can allow them to communicate with different operating systems (Newell et al 2000).

Although it need not be, the intranet is usually linked to the internet, where broader searches are implemented. However, outsiders are excluded through security measures such as firewalls.