Records Management: Definitions, Principles, Standards and Trends Video of the presentation "Records Management: Definitions, Principles, Standards and Trends" by Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer @ DMS EXPO 2012, Stuttgart, Germany http://bit.ly/DMS-RM The powerpoint slides are available: http://bit.ly/InfGovKff #Records-Management #InformationGovernance #UlrichKampffmeyer #information governance #Standards #PROJECTCONSULT #ElectronicRecordsManagement #DMSEXPO #trends #ERM #electronic records management #video #ECM
ANSI has adopted Standard 25 to assist all types of organizations, whether private, non-profit or public sector in assessing whether the environment in which the ESI is maintained is trustworthy
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has approved and published two standards with their new initiative to develop a series of management system standards for records...The MSR standards are aimed at management
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Here's the longer version of my title: Why I Not Only Support the DoD 5015.02-STD Standard, I Encourage all Federal Agencies to Adopt it...[Editor's Note:: Read Don Lueders' original post: On Why I No Longer Support the DoD 5015.2 Standard
Why are the discussions and serious work on standards for managing Government electronic records in the US always limited to DoD 5015.2, as though it is the only existing standard?
The concept of Linked Data underpins the development of standards in support of the Semantic Web...It was developed as a metadata standard for describing web information resources in support of the goal of Linked Data
In the context of content and information management, this means abiding by the laws, regulations and internal standards for business activities
I appreciation, again, the value this standard has for us records management professionals in getting support for, and building, a metadata framework in our organizations
Another main issue IT has faced is the difficulty in providing a balanced centralized platform that is easy for users to adopt that will store both official records as well as standard documents and other content
For the last several years we’ve recommended that to facilitate almost all aspects of ECM implementation, companies should define a standard ECM portfolio with clear “routes” for supplementation and other customization. We typically recommend that companies start by segmenting their usage patterns and portfolio into four basic types: Basic ECM , Standard ECM , Collaborative ECM , and Specialized ECM
Part of this involves noting any mandatory standards of practice, which might be found in some industry sectors, but not others...ISO/TR 26122:2008 is a worthwhile standard to procure and use