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Technology Dependency Planning

For instance, as a small business owner, each time in the last decade or so that I have upgraded to new operating systems and applications software, I have had to personally retrain myself and reconfigure my systems

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Are SMBs Getting Forgotten?

One thing that I find a bit of concern when watching technologies being developed and marketed is that Small and Medium sized Businesses (SMBs) are often forgotten with respect to software applications needs. Although we advanced professionals focus on cutting edge technologies, advanced hardware/software solutions, and sophisticated applications that work well in a corporate or large institution environment, the SMB companies rarely have needs for this level of system complexity and cost

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Roomba For Records

" I've been pondering records custodianship and how in the realm of electronic records this process is so much easier as it is automated if the file plan is integrated with the electronic records management system

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What is a Record? The Old Rules No longer Apply

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

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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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On Why I No Longer Support the DoD 5015.2 Standard

Very few people outside of the Department of Defense have more firsthand experience with the DoD 5015.2 Electronic Records Management Software Applications Design Criteria Standard than I do

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Defining Success for Records Management

The next three facets are the records management program, the supporting architecture, and the supporting organizational structure. Here we find records management programs to be fairly mature, many of them established more than a decade ago. However, we find many firms now struggling to adapt their records management architectures to address electronic resources – both content and data

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