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Moreq 2010 Records Management - Public consultation portal launched

MoReq 2010 Consultation Portal Launched Request for contributions To participate register at http://contribute2moreq.eu MoReq 2010 project The DLM Forum has begun an intensive work programme to update MoReq, model requirements for the management of electronic records

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MoReq2010 draft and consultation announced

If you have any interest in MoReq, you may want to set aside some time to review the draft of MoReq2010 between 26th November and 26th December. At the DLM Forum Members’ Meeting in Brussels on 17th November, the author of MoReq2010 announced that the draft of the “core + essential plugin modules” for MoReq2010 will be available on 24th November (for members only) and 26th November (for everyone else)

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Hard Facts about MoReq2010

The consultation draft of MoReq2010 is long and complex; in my view it goes much further than the expected refactoring and simplification of MoReq2; instead, it is a radically new specification that relies on many new ideas, some of which are complex

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MoReq2010 Progress

Just in time for its meeting in Brussels starting tomorrow, the DLM Forum published yesterday (Sunday 14 November 2010) a newsletter about MoReq2010. It explains that the MoReq2010 consultation draft will be published on 16 November (or maybe 18 November, depending on which page you read); and that an online seminar has just been launched (or will be launched in Brussels, depending on which page you read; it has in fact been available on the ARMA website for a couple of weeks)

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MoReq2010 - Future-proofing Records Management?

The long awaited MoReq2010 was officially announced this week by the DLM-Forum www.dlm-forum.eu and can be downloaded from www.moreq2010.eu...Everyone who has migrated from one vendor's EDRMS system to another will know the pain involved

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MoReq2010 Consultation Fails

The consultation for the (nearly) complete draft of MoReq2010 closed on 26th December...Worse yet, the DLM Forum has announced a commitment to publish a completed MoReq2010 specification by 31st December 2010

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Waiting for MoReq 2010: What Should We Do Now?

An Inforesight Management Paper The MoReq2010 project is now in progress. MoReq2010, a brand new version of MoReq, is due to replace MoReq2

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MoReq2010: Poor Management or Good News?

Two weeks ago, at a conference in Bucharest (Romania), Jon Garde (the consultant who is writing MoReq2010) announced the following plans: publication of his responses to the first round of consultations by 15 October; consultation on the draft in “October-November”; completion of the project before the end of December 20103

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Sshh, don't tell anyone.

Don’t tell anyone: MoReq2010 has at last been published...In its most bizarre move yet, the DLM Forum has published MoReq2010 – but without a big splash to tell people

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