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Federated Records Management: More than Just a Technology

Many of our clients are looking closely at the concept of federated records management

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Consolidate, Federate, or Leave It Alone: What to Do about All of Those Disparate Repositories

” Simple enough, yet right now their content is scattered across five, ten, or fifteen different systems (and, unfortunately, for most of our larger clients, the number of content-related systems is much greater than fifteen)

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2011 Industry Predictions (Part 2)

Federated Records Management . Last year I remarked that “Enterprise Content Management is dead” and made the point that organizations were just realizing that a single enterprise-class ECM implementation is just too big and takes too long to implement. The reality is that departmental solutions and multiple platforms will inevitably still store content, even if a new platform is selected as the enterprise standard. The problem is that records management becomes inconsistent because the same tools cannot be used exactly the same. More organizations and vendors are using federated approaches to centralize the records management administration against a variety of federated repositories

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