Since then I have been an ECM implementor, consultant and participant in AIIM and ARMA industry standards
The Enron Data Set is an industry-standard collection of email data that was previously hosted by EDRM and in 2012 became an Amazon Web Services Public Data Set. The Enron Data Set has served for many years as an industry-standard collection of email data for electronic discovery training and is a valuable public resource for all sorts of researchers from all disciplines
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A copy of ANSI/AIIM 25: 2012, Assessing Trusted Systems for Compliance with Industry Standards and Best Practices may be purchased through AIIM’s website at http://www.aiim.org/Research-and-Publications/Standards/Catalog/3123 #ecmassessments #trustedsolutions #InformationGovernance #ElectronicRecordsManagement #aiimstandards #industrystandards #ecmstandards
During a recent review session with a tax attorney, he complained that his company's ISO 15489 industry standard RRS is too complicated and likened its review to being poked in the eye with a fork!
I am at times directed to Dublin Core as an industry standard of metadata and terms yet few organizations actually know it exists let alone if it would be appropriate for their requirements
Making sure your entire organization meets all industry standards and remains compliant is a large task, much too large for one person to accomplish alone
It will be interesting to watch the big players to see how they participant and position themselves in creating industry standards
The term is an industry standard and the concept is what matters
The industry standard calls for 6—10% culled pieces of information to be declared as records (with the understanding that all information is discoverable)
This can include suggesting a navigation taxonomy for the target repository and, in some cases, supporting the use of imported industry standard taxonomies for navigation