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Why the RMA is DEAD

The Records Management Application (RMA) as defined in days past is now an anachronism...ALL content must be governed, not just declared records

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ERM Elements from the Inside Out

For example, technology by itself is not the answer; to make ERM actually work requires building blocks: policies, retention rules, procedures, training, and audit...Designing or revising ERM program elements is a balancing act

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2012 SharePoint Conference - ECM? Nothing to See Here

Microsoft is seeing the same trend AIIM is seeing and is trying to get ahead of it...Again, this is a significant shortcoming from an ECM perspective

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When it Comes to Information Management With SharePoint, You Get What You Want

Not only this, but SharePoint looked across a sea of failures and said: we can do this better, and we can do this for everyone; focusing and reemphasizing that without the end-user’s acceptance this technology could never succeed

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The State of the Art in Records Management – Part One

Email is the largest type of electronic content that is requested in eDiscovery

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Enterprise "Content" Management - is that the right word?

Many folks in the ECM and RM industries use the term "Content" to describe what is being managed by our automated systems...Web site content is a mix of static and dynamic information, and it sometimes needs governance

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The State of the Art in Records Management – Part 2

This approach is expensive, and once accomplished it is expensive and difficult to modify, expand or upgrade...The challenge with these systems is to adapt to rapidly changing technology and new market drivers

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Where Should the Records and Information Management Function Live in Your Organization?

This question usually comes up in the context of a frustrated practitioner who is having a difficult time getting traction for their ECM program or from business users how are frustrated at being told by IT, RM or someone else that they need to manage their information in a certain way that may not be immediately intuitive to them, or does not support their business processes

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The Managing Government Records Directive - What Does it Mean to You?

Below is an outline of the Managing Government Records Directive issued by the U.S...The full directive is found at http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/memoranda/2012/m-12-18.pdf

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Auto-Classification for RM – beginning to see it as possible

With the usual disclaimer that views expressed here are my own, and not those of my employer or of the government agency with which we are engaged, I want to share my current thoughts on this

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