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What is a business record?

This definition is useful in making it clear that we are not talking about only old, archival records, but everyday information that we create or receive in our work situations...There are additional formal definitions of a record

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What is a record?

This definition is useful in making it clear that we are not talking about only old, archival records, but everyday information that we create or receive in our work situations...There are additional formal definitions of a record

Carl Weise's profile image

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For the Children

For example, there is a section titled Definitions

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Things I Learned about ECM on My Summer Vacation

There are enormous opportunities in ECM (cloud computing, continued data proliferation, Enterprise 2.0) and significant challenges, including significant debate on the definition of Enterprise Content Management itself

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ECM in 60 Seconds or Less

About two years ago, we held a contest for readers of Infonomics Weekly (our newsletter at the time) to describe ECM in 60 seconds or less. Since we just began the ECM community here; I thought I would dust these off for anyone new who hasn't seen these yet. It's 7 minutes well...

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The Use of Permanent as a Retention Designation

So, not only do we need a definition of “record” in your records management policy but we should add a definition for “Permanent&rdquo

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Will the AIIM Conference be Cloudy This Year?

I will use Forrester’s definition for cloud computing: “A standardized IT capability, such as software, application platform, or infrastructure, delivered via Internet technologies in a pay-per-use and self-service way

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Irrational Exuberance on CMIS?

In other words, a set of protocols, interfaces and query language definitions that allow a program to be written to any content management system...CMIS is also lacking some of the data definition capabilities of SQL (and JSR-283 Java Content Repository 2)

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The Gamification of ECM and the Role SharePoint Plays

The traditional definition is generally limited to the documents (paper and electronic) that every organization must deal with in order to run their business. My old(er) definition is here which I will be updating soon. The newer definition includes all content that effects and affects the enterprise

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