Join the StoredIQ conversation! Learn, network & share with your peers
What results have you gotten from StoredIQ? How are you leveraging the solution? For eDiscovery? Data clean-up? Mergers & acquisitions? Are you interested in learning how others are using it? This is a friendly community where you can share and learn about all things related to the IBM StoredIQ solution set.
Who should join?
- Existing StoredIQ users
- Parties interested in learning more about StoredIQ
- Representatives from all relevant disciplines are invited and encouraged to join, and may include IT, legal, records, and finance, among others
How can I get involved?
- Join the online community at: http://www.bit.ly/storediq
- Share your StoredIQ experience, questions, or comments in the online conversation
- Join the next online meeting (details at the site above)
Who hosts the group?
Integro hosts and facilitates this group in partnership with IBM product management. We intend for this to be a friendly forum for networking and sharing among peers and not a venue for sales or promotional types of information. Questions? Please contact Kristyn.
Watch recordings of recent meetings
Priyanka Jain, the StoredIQ Offering Manager at IBM, presented on the latest updates for StoredIQ and answered questions during the May StoredIQ User Group online meeting, held May 16. If you would like a recording of
StoredIQ User Group, StoredIQ as a Long Term Solution: Strategy for Maintaining Records Management Policies and Enforcement (Meeting Recording)
At the January 2017 StoredIQ User Group Jim Sikes (IBM) walked through several case studies/real life examples of companies using StoredIQ as a long term solution, followed by Questions and Answers. Watch the recording below. Learn
In the March 7, 2016 StoredIQ User Group online session, Mass Mutual Insurance shared the company’s experience performing a policy audit using IBM StoredIQ to find and clean up information across fileshares, Exchange public folders,
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