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Setting the Stage for Automatic Disposition – Success Stories

Though still an emerging practice, automatic classification of content is gaining momentum (finally) due to recent court decisions regarding the use of predictive coding: “… in 2012, a federal district court held that ‘predictive coding’ using software trained by lawyers to identify and classify relevant documents could be substituted for lawyers manually searching for and reviewing every potentially relevant document

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Big Bucket Approach – How's The View?

Big bucket retention schedules (100-150 record series/retention categories for an enterprise) are more cost effective to maintain and increase filing accuracy for both manual and automatic classification

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6 Practical Tips for Designing Taxonomy

Now I know this is not the most exciting topic, but it is worthwhile because the role of taxonomy is becoming increasingly important to the complete search experience as well as the automatic classification of documents in various applications (see also the footnote)

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Hopeless? Records Management for Email

True enough, but this concept assumes that there is a standard classification scheme in use by the entire enterprise; that all employees willingly classify their email messages according to it (or there is an automatic classification tool that works with more than 10 categories); and that there is actually some way to retain messages according to their assigned retention periods rather than copying them sequentially to storage media

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Are You A Records Manager Or Information Governance Officer

The great news is that with newer technologies that support role-based retention categories, automatic classification, and so on, their job is getting easier

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A Document by any other type

What is so cool about classification is there is an even tighter control of the quality of the automatic classification because it's much easier to toggle what is right or wrong

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People Plus Information Equals Opportunity; An AIIM 2012 Q & A with IBM's Ken Bisconti

In lifecycle governance use cases we regularly use automatic classification technologies to classify email, documents, and files into the right categories in a global file plan and to support value-based retention policies

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