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Records Retention for Security’s Sake

Would you rather change your locks, clean your attic or do just about anything else on the list of things to do around your house? Security and Records Retention are rarely confused with things that are fun and sexy, but most people accept the fact that they are necessary. What people sometimes...

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Let SharePoint Do That

Several weeks ago I wrote about the information policy document that we are creating for one of our newest SharePoint sites. The site consists of several libraries and lists, and we are working to define the various attributes of the site, each library and to establish the protocol for getting...

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Destroying ERM

One of the concerns often expressed about electronic records is that the "Delete" key...doesn't. Generally speaking, when an electronic record, document, or any type of information object is deleted, pointers to that information object are erased from one or more systems designed...

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Fester, fester, fester. Rot, rot, rot.

I know colleagues who like to tackle the easy stuff first, but I believe in problems. I love them. I try to encounter as many challenges as I can each day because seeing my way through to the other side of every one satisfies me deeply. The more problems I have—the better I feel. But...

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When Worlds Collide

Editor's note: It's been 8 years since I ran this as an article in AIIM E-DOC Magazine. It's still one of my favorite articles explaining why retention planning and records destruction is a GOOD thing. I hope you enjoy it as much as I always have. Bryant This article was...

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