Automated Intelligence (AI) launch a white paper that discusses how Scottish public authorities can implement SharePoint and meet obligations set by the Public Records (Scotland) Act. The paper was launched at the Information Records Management Society (IRMS) Scotland meeting which was held on Tuesday 24th February 2015 at Stirling University.
The theme of the event was “Managing Change” and brought together information and records management professionals in Scotland to discuss how they can deliver Information Records Management in a digital world. The delegates heard from a range of Scottish organisations and how they have exploited existing and emerging technologies.
Simon Cole, CTO for Automated Intelligence presented at the event on the evolution of Information and Records Management. He also presented AI’s white paper, which addresses the Public Records Scotland Act and how Microsoft SharePoint can be used to meet the unique requirements within it.
Simon Cole, CTO for Automated Intelligence “We were delighted to be part of the IRMS event. Using our expertise and experience as well as engaging with some of the key stakeholders including our customers, our partners, associations and governing bodies we are delighted to be able to launch this whitepaper. The white paper details how organisations can meet the requirements set out by the Keeper in the Public Records Scotland Act using a cost-effective and user friendly strategy based on technology that is commonplace in most public authorities.”
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