According to ISO/TR 15489-2:2001; Information and documentation -- Records management -- Part 2: Guidelines , a very important step in the process of designing and implementing a records management system is to identify strategies for satisfying records requirements
The results of the 2009 survey indicated that organizations that are more mature in metadata and taxonomy best practices outperform less mature organizations, with more mature organizations reporting fewerfindability and content management problems
Time is money and with the proper metadata and management of that information (i.e. document) we can increase the findability and accessibility of that piece of information so that time and money is not wasted trying to find that crucial piece of information when it is needed
One of them is Records Management. Why? One of the biggest problems, and has been for years on end is the inability of end users to consistently tag documents of record
I know I am really looking forward to hearing Bob Boiko, author of the Content Management Bible, deliver his keynote in the first session
I noticed how little discussion there was about electronic records management (ERM). Several other presenters and attendees expressed their view that ERM is not on the radar of many ECM/cloud providers
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I recently changed jobs -- from Knowledge Engineer at a product company to knowledge manager at a services firm. Other than the Greater Boston location and uppercase K in the title, the two roles could not be more different. The fact I'll hit the ground running on my search engine...
They allow you to associate information management policies to your SharePoint and/or Office 365 sites and site collections and play a key role in enforcing SharePoint governance and/or Office 365 Governance
3 Ways to Maximize Your SharePoint Investment Like many organizations, Microsoft SharePoint might be the heart of your information management, utilizing its robust architecture to ensure content is being securely stored and always accessible
In the records management industry a lot of talk is given to permanent vs. non-permanent records