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The Double-Edged Sword Of ROI In Information Governance

I was recently discussing with a friend the steps to implement an information governance program. Unfortunately creating an information governance program is not a cut and dry formulaic process. Information governance is not just about records, but it is about information and the relationship...

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Records Management And Business Processes Must Live Together or Die Alone

The management of an organization's records is supposed to reflect business process. Proper records management will support a business process so that a record will never be destroyed while it is still needed. It will also make it cost effective to find a record in the instance of e...

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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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Why the RMA is DEAD

The Records Management Application (RMA) as defined in days past is now an anachronism. The traditional RMA was a back-end system that only managed records once they were declared. This “view from the basement” approach is fraught with issues such as lack of funding, lack of...

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Beyond Audit Trails

In our small shop, I function in multiple roles, including database administrator. Occasionally, we have to make changes to production data due to problems that slipped by us in testing or scenarios that were never imagined. My favorite example is when Lotus Notes calculated a result of -0 ...

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What Do You Do with Audit and Event Logs?

**Views expressed in this blog are my personal views and not those of my employer. Any reference to any living person or organisation, past or present, is entirely co-incidental** As any blogger is allowed to do, let me play devil’s advocate for a moment. We may think we speak...

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