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7 Even Deadlier Sins of Information Governance

We often see Information Governance projects that focus primarily (or even exclusively) on transactional data, or data warehousing, or records management, or archiving, etc

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Disposing of Electronic Records - Survey Redux

(n = 37) Q8 Collaboration 30%; RM/Business Unit/Owner 16% These findings suggest that to make records disposition/deletion efficient and effective in enterprise content and records management systems, we need the ability to generate a workflow to enable a collaborative approval process

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I had the privilege of presenting a session with Rob Howley to a packed audience on Records Management in the Cloud, heard many engaging presentations and spoke with colleagues and vendors of products

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Why Vendor Should Support AIIM's CIP Program

This program is a good thing for the ECM (Enterprise Content Management) ecosystem, but it needs support from ECM vendors and their partners

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Member of the Week: Steve Weissman - ECM, Work/Life Balance, World Peace, and Information Professionals

Weissman: I’m an independent consultant who provides expert guidance and professional training in process and information management, advising and educating clients about working better and working better together , and deriving maximum total value from their enabling technologies

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Corporate Social Media: Wild Card for Information Governance?

At the same time, the world of information management stirs around very legitimate issues of protection and recovery of information assets: Records manager, repository administrators, architects, lawyers and Risk managers, among others, seeking the best solution in response to their needs

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