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Electronic Record Disposition – Still Controversial

” From the legal point of view voiced by John Isaza, obstacles to electronic record disposition are the exception and not the rule. A cursory survey of authorization and disposition requirements in Federal statutes and regulations and in all 50 states produced few requirements

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Everything is a Record....there, I said it

As the Records Manager, I still have to manage the retention and disposition of EVERYTHING, regardless of whether or not it came out of the “Declare it a Record” step

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RIM to drive up the value of Time Capsules?

I’m worried that perhaps we aren’t spending enough time and effort considering historical value as we develop retention schedules and make disposition decisions

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Cloudy with a Chance of Success

Governance needs to address issues such as: what can / should be stored in the cloud service level agreements disaster recovery / business continuity security classification / categorization retention & disposition (thanks to @JamesLappin & @AlanPelzSharpe for bringing this up) Governance of cloud content has to deal with all of the things that we need to deal with for on-premises stored content, with the added complication that we also have to deal with where the damn box is and if some foreign government can get at it whenever they bloody well feel like it

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Does "record" or "non-record" really matter?

I had no idea blogging would be so educational FOR ME. Putting an idea out there and getting input on it really forces you to refine your thinking. So, I am going to take this opportunity to revise my previous statement that “ Everything is a record ” as follows: Record or non...

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