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IRMS012- Barbara Reed

IRMS podcast series

Release Date: 04/13/2014

IRMS020 - Machine learning club show art IRMS020 - Machine learning club

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In this podcast Mark Bell (TNA) and Leontien Talboom (UCL and TNA) describe the machine learning club they have set up at the UK National Archives (TNA) to help archivists at TNA develop their AI literacy.   They describe how they have taken the group through a series of stages to introduce them to data science, to give them experience of preparing data, and to enable them to develop their intuitions about how different machine learning models work (Naive Bayes, Support vector machines etc.), and an understanding of the challenges that AI can (and can't) be used to tackle....

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The recordkeeping world of G Suite show art The recordkeeping world of G Suite

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In this podcast shares his experience of managing records within G Suite. Tom is records management lead at Hackney Council.   G Suite provides: communication channels (Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar, and Currents) productivity tools (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Keep, Forms) storage locations - Drive (My Drive and Shared Drive) and Sites Tom talks us through how some of these tools and services can be used for recordkeeping, and how Google Vault and the Admin Panel can be used to manage content, rules and permissions across the suite. This conversation between and Tom...

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IRMS018 - The recordkeeping world of Office 365 show art IRMS018 - The recordkeeping world of Office 365

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In this episode describes the various different component parts of the Office 365 environment that impact on records management. Andrew explains the records management model within Office 365, and the role of the Compliance Admin Centre in the application of retention rules. He discusses the impact on SharePoint of the rise in popularity of MS Teams, and describes the various locations in which Office 365 stores the content created through MS Teams.  Andrew describes the relationship between MS Teams and Office 365 Groups, and explains why he recommends that in order to govern MS Teams...

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Alan Pelz-Sharpe on Artificial Intelligence show art Alan Pelz-Sharpe on Artificial Intelligence

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Alan Pelz-Sharpe discusses the nature of artificial intelligence projects in the information management space.

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IRMS016 - Rich Hale show art IRMS016 - Rich Hale

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Rich Hale, Chief Technology Officer for Active Navigation, discusses the analytics and business intelligence capabilities within his company's product.   He  describes how such capabilities can be used to take action on content held on fileshares, SharePoint and on Microsoft Exchange email servers.

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IRMS015 - Mark Godfrey show art IRMS015 - Mark Godfrey

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Mark Godfrey discusses the reasons why he and Simon Cole co-founded Automated Intelligence, and describes how the company set out to fill the gaps between SharePoint and a fully fledged Enterprise Content Management product

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IRMS014 - Andrew Warland show art IRMS014 - Andrew Warland

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Andrew Warland discusses the information architecture choices that UnitingCare NSW.ACT made in their SharePoint implementation

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IRMS013- Laurence Hart  show art IRMS013- Laurence Hart

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discusses trends in collaboration software and records management software

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IRMS012- Barbara Reed show art IRMS012- Barbara Reed

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  discusses the Australian contribution to records management theory, and in particular the development by Frank Upward and others of the .

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IRMS011- Cassie Findlay show art IRMS011- Cassie Findlay

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Cassie Findlay talks about the redrafting of the International Records Management Standard (ISO 15489).    Cassie is project lead for the working group charged with the redrafting.

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Barbara Reed  discusses the Australian contribution to records management theory, and in particular the development by Frank Upward and others of the records continuum theory.