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Cleaning Up a Large File Share

File shares will not exist forever. Microsoft will eventually stop supporting them. It is important that IT departments begin reviewing the objects from the “bottom up” (file to folder to sub directory to directory) yesterday. Information management professionals know best how to apply a set of internal (user-driven) and external (records retention schedule) criteria to determine what objects stay where they are, what objects move to other locations or custodians, and what objects are deleted.

CIO be wary: this is not a four month project.

What BeyondRecognition Brings to Document Management

Ever heard of BeyondRecognition? If not, the time to learn is now. The Chantilly, Va.-based "document textnology" software provider offers document managers an alternative to optical character recognition (OCR), while delivering results with accuracy and speed.

Clean Up SharePoint Legacy Content

Cleaning Up SharePoint Legacy ContentThe idea of cleaning up legacy SharePoint content is daunting. Organizations often place cleanup under the “Nice to Do” column as opposed to the “Must Do” column.

Why not leverage in-house resources? Legacy SharePoint cleanup is a perfect task for the Records Management (RM) department. Reviewing data and applying retention to it are two of our key responsibilities. 

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Mimi Dionne

mdionne.jpgSome people think jazz improvisation is a free for all -- every musician doing his own thing. But the freedom to create is based on knowledge, discipline and structure -- which may account for Mimi Dionne's finding inspiration in Miles Davis's work to become an information professional. Mimi brings order to digital records chaos and writes about the process for all to learn with her.

9 Days of Information Governance Analysis via Next Analytics and Hashtags

The ARMA International Conference was fascinating this year. Traditionally, speakers are very supportive of attendees’ needs and the Expo Floor is occupied with vendors who ask, “Where are the decision makers?” This year, thanks to the industry’s consumption of information governance (IG), vendors solicited attendees for long, introductory sessions to their products and services. The records managers were re-identified as decision makers and they were in the house.

SharePoint Records Center in an Afternoon

Architecting SharePoint Records Center requires minimal effort. It can be built in less than four hours.

Metadata Solves Your SharePoint Content Management Problems

Information Management, Metadata Solves Your SharePoint Content Management ProblemsIn the midst of all this wonderful discussion about information governance and records management in 2018, we shouldn’t forget a simple rule: the work still needs to be done.  

Information Governance + Managing Uncertainty: Records are Your Organization's Signal

Information Management, Records are Your Organization's Signal: Information Governance and Managing Uncertainty“Information is no longer a scarce commodity; we have more of it than we know what to do with. But relatively little of it is useful. We think we want information when we really want knowledge.”  -- Nate Silver, "The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail -- But Some Don’t."

The Problem with Leveraging SharePoint Records Management Services in Office 365

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Where does Records Management fit in in Office 365?

This Information Governance Thing May Have Some Legs #informationgovernance

Information Management,This Information Governance Thing May Have Some Legs #informationgovernanceWill the adoption of “information governance” backfire on records and information managers?

Thinking Beyond the Box: How Military Archivists are Meeting 21st Century Challenges #saa13

The educational sessions of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists and the Society of American Archivists concluded at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, August 17, 2013. This session addressed military archives best practice in the 21st century.

Collaboration and Community: Three Digital Humanities Projects #saa13

The educational sessions of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists and the Society of American Archivists concluded at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, August 17, 2013. This session focused on taking collaboration between practitioners and stakeholders to the next level.

State Archives Reboot: The State Electronic Records Initiative #saa13

The educational sessions of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists and the Society of American Archivists concluded at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, August 17, 2013. This session took a look at the electronic records initiative for every US state and territory.

Archiving Hip-Hop Culture: Collaborating Across Institutions and With Communities #saa13

The educational sessions of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists and the Society of American Archivists at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana concluded on Saturday, August 17th. Before they concluded, we got a peek into the efforts being made to preserve the history of hip hop culture. 

Exploring the User Experience with Digital Primary Sources #saa13

The educational sessions of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists and the Society of American Archivists concluded at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, August 17th. Before it did, however, we explored user experience.

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