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Disposing of Electronic Records - Survey Redux

Do organizations require pre-approval prior to destruction or deletion of records whose retention periods have expired and for which there are no legal or tax holds?

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Disposing of Electronic Records - It's About Time

Maybe we've reached the tipping point, and organizations are beginning to direct their attention to getting rid of electronic records whose retention periods will expire soon/have expired

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Electronic Record Disposition – Still Controversial

Depending on whom you ask, there may be obstacles for disposing of electronic content. Research on the RM perspective discussed earlier suggests that most RM professionals expect to apply the collaborative pre-approval process they use for disposing of physical records in boxes stored off-site to electronic records

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RIM to drive up the value of Time Capsules?

For as much as good RIM is about retaining information to meet compliance obligations, to facilitate productivity and to generate competitive advantage, it’s also about disposing of records, non-records and other transitory bits and bytes in a timely manner to reduce risk, free up storage space and keep people from having to trip over it on their search for information of value

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Paper Records: Keep or Destroy After Scanning?

The laws and regulations vary, but generally there are provisions that permit the destruction of paper documents if the electronic document is properly “cared for” (lots of lower-level details here, so I’ve intentionally chosen the term “cared for” so as not to be more specific)

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