Preservation: It’s a simple term we often see used throughout the industry. But the activities associated with preservation can and must take place based in different contexts
I was listening to a day-long presentation on Records Management and developments in the industry by Dr
Actually, most CIOs do not care about the value of information, but much more of its cost (production, storage, preservation, reproduction,duplication, circulation, operation, security, etc.). 2) records managers So, may be Information Governance is a matter to leave in the hands of records managers and archiving experts
Organizations are facing the reality that electronic information is or can be a record and as such are now trying to address how they will manage this mounting mass
For many years Records Management has been built around records retention schedules, File Plans, Records Declaration, and so on. Defining what is a record, what type of record it is, how long to keep it, cutoff rules, and how to declare a record has kept us up at night and consumed our days. In this model many documents or messages are considered "non-records
Data under management essentially includes it all - ranging from long-term critical digital assets to ephemeral/transitory data that should be disposed after only a brief period (or not retained at all – such as text messages for many organizations)
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Which of the above must be retained and for how long? What constitutes the “record?
Provenance had one product, a records management application called ForeMost...Cutoff Processing As a Certified Records Manager, I have a fairly well documented understanding of how organizations manage records through their lifecycle
All ECM/RM vendors except Microsoft have long included these features, so it largely is a moot point
” The challenge applies to records in all media, but I’ll focus on electronic records for the purpose of this ERM blog...This results in records retention which is too long, too short or inconsistent. 2
If you think about records management 1.0, the world of physical records and even many types of electronic records, a record is what a record is