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Developing your Assessment Plan for Defensible Disposition

As I outlined here , an effective defensible disposition methodology primarily consists of developing and then executing four major stages: The Defensible Disposition Policy The Technology Plan The Assessment Plan The Disposition Plan This post focuses on the third stage, the Assessment Plan

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Summary of My AIIM 2014 Talk on Defensible Disposition

The best way to address this monster problem is to break it into more tractable sub-problems: day-forward information disposition and historical informational disposition

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Records Management and the One Measurement That Really Matters

Nowhere is this truer than it is with respect to the defensible disposition of records...It is the reason for all the effort we put into researching and documenting retention and disposition requirements

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Legacy Information Clean-up and Defensible Disposition: What to do if you do not have a filing plan?

There is more than one reason to create a filing plan for your organization. Every business or program must address well-defined objectives which will add value, either directly to the bottom line or toward the achievement of the organization's goals and objectives. Records management...

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Simple but Effective Email Management

The good news if you are planning email management (EMM) for ensured retention and defensible disposition is that you don’t need to be perfect – you don’t have to perfectly satisfy your retention demands

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Do you really understand the impact of Exponential Growth?

The information explosion we have seen in recent times will continue at the same rate indefinitely. You are undoubtedly aware of Moore’s Law, named after Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel and co-inventor of the computer chip; according to Moore, computer processor and storage capacities...

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Principles of Creating a Top-Down Filing plan

Moving forward with an effectiverecords management strategy Considering the context outlined in the previous section, any records management solution should at least adhere to the following basic principles: Create additional flexibility regarding the way records are actually defined within the organization Support the management of records as they are currently used (a file plan) Provide a comprehensive and workable strategy for secure and enduring retention of records Enable the accurate and secure final disposition of records, based on pertinent rules and regulations Each of these principles will be explained in its own subsection below, along with possible approaches to successfully implementing them

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