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Records Management Programmes

***The views expressed in this article are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer*** I recently had some thoughts as to why we "do" Records Management. I have been a practising Records Manager for some time now and I thought it would be useful to "go back to my roots" to validate my thoughts as to why we do Records Management and what key matters/steps should we consider. I should be grateful for your feedback on my two lists below - one being why we do Records Management and the other being what we gain/lessons learned from our programmes:- Why do we have Records Manement Programmes ?

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Records Management 2.0

Steve Bailey wrote a book called "Managing the Crowd: Rethinking Records Management for the Web 2.0 World" a couple of years ago where he raised some of those issues, but he readily acknowledged that he didn't have all the answers. James Lappin, another UK-based records management consultant, also blogs on these issues. And there are a few others of us out here thinking about how to apply 60+ years of records management strategies and techniques to these tools - but we don't have all the answers yet either

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Records Management - Conformance Testing

***The views expressed in this blog are my personal views and not the views/thoughts of my employer*** Records Management Conformance Testing Programmes. Last week I mentioned Conformance Testing Programmes in my blog regarding the advantages of a good Records Management Programme

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Achieving Records Management Compliance

The vast majority of records management professionals sees the need, and is capable, of managing all information in their organizations

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Tweeting for Records Management

I was listening to a day-long presentation on Records Management and developments in the industry by Dr

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Email and Records Management

There is a tension between the competing polarities related to email management: IT, on one hand, wants to delete emails quickly to keep the enterprise email system operating at full efficiency, optimizing storage space; Records Management, on the other hand, wants to treat email like any other record, with retention rules that administer how long each email is retained. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure tend to favor the Records Management view

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The Future of Records Management

In all types of industries and businesses, Records Management Departments control, watch over and maintain millions upon millions of records on a daily basis. For many years, records management involved large collections of data using filing systems and typically physical records

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Records Management and eDiscovery Converge!

Upcoming deadlines to comply with the 2012 Managing Government Records Directive and growing eDiscovery demands, along with the accelerated pace of new technology adoption are changing the records management landscape and bringing together records managers, legal and IT in a transition towards a broader Information Governance (IG) strategy that integrates records management and eDiscovery processes

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#ControltheChaos with Records Management Software

Records Management Software! Top 5 Key “Must Have” Records Management Software Features Integrated View of both physical and electronic content in one interface...It’s GPS for Records Management

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5 Reasons for Records Management

Records management helps organizations classify, store, secure and destruct or preserve records. There are a lot of reasons for your organization to develop and implement a records management program, and here are five of them! Control over the Creation and Growth of Records An effective records management program does two major things

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