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Social and the Information Lifecycle

While publishing became cheap and easy by anyone with web connection, all those other action verbs in the information lifecycle still needed to be addressed

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Disposing of Electronic Records - It's About Time

I'm noticing a shift in the discussion from the initial states in the information lifecycle (creation and retention) to the final state (disposition)

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Is It Ever Okay to Copy "Final" Documents to a Separate System?

" After all, as a red-blooded ECM professional my mission in life is to reduce duplication and promote information lifecycle management

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Disposing of Electronic Records - Survey Redux

Do organizations require pre-approval prior to destruction or deletion of records whose retention periods have expired and for which there are no legal or tax holds? Last December, we released a survey on the topic, and the response rate was two percent. Several blog readers mentioned that the...

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Let’s Be Better Records Managers

Every component of every organization benefits from effectively managing the information lifecycle and applying the information governance processes to support it

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Just Tell Us What “It” Is

One of the keys to successfully managing it all is to broaden the scope of records management to retention management of all information and to apply controls at the beginning of an information lifecycle

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Electronic Record Disposition – Still Controversial

Organizations have invested millions in technology to manage structured, semi-structured, and unstructured information; in retention schedules to establish retention periods for records; and in information lifecycles to manage retention for everything else

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