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  • Electronic and Physical Records Management: Why a Combined Approach isBest Practice

    Mark Mandel

    When many organizations make plans to implement Records Management, they focus on electronic records exclusively. Other organizations that are heavily paper based may focus on physical records management. Best practice using current technology is to combine both approaches into a common Records Management platform.

     
    The ideal paradigm is one that allows users to search for records without regard to file type or media.   If the result is an electronic record and the user has the correct permissi...
  • Information Governance in Energy & Resources

    Deborah Miller

    How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Compliance and Love Information Management.

    by Rob Gascho

    Even in heavily regulated industries such as energy and resources, the term “records management”(RM) has a somewhat negative connotation. Over the span of my career in engineering firms, energy companies and public sector bodies responsible for governing the industry, I’ve come to accept that executives are reticent to invest in RM initiatives. In my experience, is has typically been some compelling ...

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