Session Slides: BP303 Taxonomy versus Folksonomy, Document Management in a Social Age

The below slides belong to my session for IBM Connect 2013 on Document Management in a Social Age.

 BP303 Taxonomy versus Folksonomy: Document Management in a Social Age
With the rise of social business and platforms like IBM Connections, many companies are re-evaluating their document strategies. Ideals of employee-driven sharing, tagging and folksonomies are desired, but is all documentation really suited for the freedom of ?social?? Do some types require more structure, process and control? If so, how do you determine this and integrate it with your social ambitions? This session will cover the principles of document management and social file-sharing. You’ll learn how concepts like versioning, meta-data, retention, record and lifecycle management are important to you. We’ll show you how to identify key requirements for document management within your organization and teach you how to strategically plan your way forward.

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