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Records Management Articles
  • Records Management: Emerging Technologies
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    Integrating new technologies, although seeming innocent and a good business benefit, creates havoc on records management in the electronic age.

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  • Records Management: Litigation Holds
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    The duty to preserve materials arises when a party acquires notice or should know that the materials are relevant to an existing litigation or investigation, or to reasonably anticipated future litigation or investigation.

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  • Records Management: Comprehensive Records Management Program 1
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    Developing and implementing an effective records management program is a complicated, time-consuming task that requires a multi-faceted team of professionals committed to fully understanding the business and the types of records created by the company.

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  • Records Management: Comprehensive Records Management Program 2
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    In electronic discovery, the three principal kinds of metadata are: E-mail; File System; and Document (imbedded/embedded).

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  • Records Management: Comprehensive Records Management Program 3
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    Many states have enacted data breach laws.

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  • Records Management
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    Document retention policies are fundamental business tools that appropriately address the creation, retention and disposition of corporate actions.

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  • Records Management: Archiving
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    Based on the current e-discovery landscape, corporations implementing e-discovery software solutions typically find themselves examining their broader records management policies, which include the information needs of each line of business and company administration.

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