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Records Management at the 2010 AIIM Show

Here is what I saw related to records management at the AIIM Show in Philadelphia: SharePoint 2010 was clearly in ascendance

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Paper Records: Keep or Destroy After Scanning?

You also have to ensure that a full commit cycle in your enterprise content management (ECM) system has been completed and that the backup and disaster recovery systems have been updated

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Inventorying Electronic Records, Part 2: Approaches

Far too long ago I wrote a post introducing the topic of inventorying the records and information of the organization

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Is It OK To Maintain Records ONLY in Electronic Format?

I’m often asked if it is OK to eliminate paper entirely from a record-keeping process and JUST maintain electronic records...Must we create and maintain paper to satisfy record-keeping requirements?

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Blacksmiths and Cars: John Mancini's Info360 Keynote

AIIM's president shares his thoughts on the ever-evolving content industry and why paper-based policies are holding you back. Info360 Keynote by AIIM President John Mancini View more presentations from John Mancini #systemsofrecord ...

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Reasons Why You May Need to Keep Some Paper Records After Digitization

Please note that, even when hard-copy is required for specific records, it is often beneficial (when the media permits) to also retain those records digitally

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PG&E Update

Existing paper records have now been called into question and cannot be used as a substitute for testing. ($$$$!)...I am assuming that because of this litigation, PG&E may not destroy any documents or records that may have any relevance

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If you need a machine and don’t buy it, you pay for it without getting it….Henry Ford

These records are, apparently, still in paper and PG&E emptied a warehouse full of paper records to another location to facilitate the search process..."There are records in there going back to the 1920s

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Divorcing Electronic Medical Records from the Patient’s Paper File Costs Lives and Money

In June, Bloomberg published a story that put the blame for a hospital patient’s death squarely on electronic medical records (EMR)...He was glad to do it and asked to take a look at my fathers’ patient records

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