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RIM to drive up the value of Time Capsules?

For as much as good RIM is about retaining information to meet compliance obligations, to facilitate productivity and to generate competitive advantage, it’s also about disposing of records, non-records and other transitory bits and bytes in a timely manner to reduce risk, free up storage space and keep people from having to trip over it on their search for information of value

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The Future of Records and Information Management Is Today

If we only concern ourselves with what is declared as a record we miss out on the opportunities to leverage the value of information. If a record is just data, that is zeroes and ones that is read by software a certain way, or interpreted by humans as different than a nonrecord, then we must next ask ourselves the question of what is information and how does a record have informational value

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

” add in terms of value to the process?...If we can remove a low value decision from the process, don’t we owe that to our organization?

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

So, here’s the logic from an Information Governance perspective: Here’s the logic from a Records Management Perspective: So, what value did that extra step add for anyone?

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