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Differences between Enterprise Content Management & Records Management in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

Understanding and Overcoming Records Management Challenges So many organizations throughout the globe have not implemented successful records management initiatives because of the inherit difficulty applying retention policies to content

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Issues with using SharePoint 2010 for Records Management

If SharePoint is to be able to meet these requirements customization or third party Records Management solutions are needed

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Wanted: Information Management Policies

: Site provisioning Site management Storage quotas Document management Content management For inspiration, I turned to my own library of SharePoint 2007 manuals that I bought beginning that year. Leon, Tynes and Cathey’s “Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007” devotes a few pages to records management specifically and I find it the most helpful—primarily because the planning steps are simplified and based on configuration, not customization (since it’s 2010 and you’re just implementing MOSS 2007, this will be a BIG win with your IT department)

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A Vendor & Resource Management Solution

In the absence of an expensive "vendor management" system, the end to end process can seem like a chaotic dance of emails, paper, and documents

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Why We’re All G-Men (and Women) Now

It’s what content management, records management, business process management, SharePoint, and myriad other information systems have in common

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SharePoint: A Point of Confusion

Recent AIIM Research reveals that the rapid adoption rate for SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations regarding their future strategy for information management,particularly those with existing and established ECM (Enterprise Content Management), RM (Records Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) systems

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Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating

Policy and Procedure Management-A lot Like Dating Creation-Part I Although the main objectives are always pretty simple, policy and procedure management is a complicated task and often times can be difficult to fully grasp and understand

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