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  • Unfortunately not, but the topic looks very interesting and the focus on ethics quite welcome. ------------------------------ Norman Mooradian Senior Engagement Manager Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA Inc. PRIME ------------------------------

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    RE: Compound records

    "Any file with direct, systemic linkage to 1 or more other files, wherein 1 or more parts of the whole constitutes a Record, the aggregated whole shall be considered a Record.  Retention shall be determined as the longest applicable to any of the parts." ...

  • In my experience a compound record is one that is made up of multiple records such as an excel document with x-references to other documents Each can stand on their own, but together provide aggregated information Michelle Nowlan Functional Application ...

  • Are any other AIIM members planning to attend this fantastic privacy and data protection conference in Brussels next month? If so, please reach out, would love to catch up at the conference! @rafael_moscatel ​​ ------------------------------ ...

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    Compound records

    Hello, How and where do you use this term? Thank you, Alexander Babin

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