Enterprise information management (EIM) strategy and best practices

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About Enterprise information management (EIM) strategy and best practices

In this section, you’ll find practical advice on developing an enterprise information management (EIM) strategy for your organization. Read news stories about the latest developments in enterprise information management software and emerging EIM software trends, and get expert tips on EIM strategy best practices. Learn from case studies about enterprise information management strategy projects at other organizations, including potential benefits and common challenges that need to be overcome. Find detailed guidance on creating an enterprise information management framework in tutorials, guides and book excerpts as well as videos and podcasts.