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Core Records Management Features in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

In the article, I will provide details of the records management (RM) capabilities available within SharePoint Server 2013 as well as Office 365 | SharePoint Online from over 50 projects implemented by EPC Group over the past year. It is key to ensure you have a deep understanding of...

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Search makes Records Managers Obsolete

It’s been said that IT Doesn’t Matter. The same has been said about Records Managers and the systems that Records Managers maintain. Some of the thinking thrown around is that people can store whatever they want and they can find it whenever they need to with search. This has...

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

Once again I raise my opinionated head to write something just before the big show. Of course the big show I refer to in this instance is none other than SharePoint Conference 2014 (SPC 2014). On the topic of big I wanted to discuss something I have been discussing for the last seven years:...

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Which Part of E-Discovery Should You Fix First?

The smartest thing I know about information governance and defensible disposition is this: concentrate on focused projects. CMSwire put it this way in a summary of Symantec’s 2012 State of Information Survey. Concentrate on focused projects. Give attention to specific...

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Defensible Disposition in a Nutshell -- My AIIM Talk

I just gave a talk on defensible disposition at AIIM, and here are the main points. I spend almost no time on the problem of over-retention – 99% of what I say here is about the solution. So read on. The problem of course is over-retention -- organizations have been over-retaining...

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Are You Hiring a Records Manager?

When organizations ask us to help them find a Records Manager, we start by providing them with a set of qualifications the candidate should have. We also suggest questions for them to ask the candidates. These organizations are typically implementing ECM and RM on an enterprise level and need...

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2012 SharePoint Conference - ECM? Nothing to See Here

After last year's SharePoint Conference I wrote about the change in tone, subject matter and attitude in the Microsoft SharePoint community. Specifically, it appeared that Microsoft and their partners were starting to recognize the importance of information governance, not just IT...

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The State of the Art in Records Management – Part 2

In my previous blog, the State of the Art in Records Management – Part 1, I discussed the new market drivers for records management: eDiscovery Audit Readiness Big Bucket Retention Schedules The New Definition of a Record The Obama Managing Government Records Directive In this blog...

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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. Office of Management and Budget on August 24, 2012. The full directive is found at http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/memoranda/2012/m-12-18.pdf . This directive will have a profound effect...

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The State of the Art in Records Management – Part One

Over the past couple of years I have come to the realization that with the many changes taking place in our industry there is a new “State of the Art” in Records Management. This change has come about because of new market drivers combined with new vendor solutions in response to...

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