Assuming the majority of the readers of this post are not technologists, I will define SaaS (Software as a Service) and the Cloud. First, the Cloud and SaaS are not the same thing. SaaS runs in the Cloud.
When you are searching for a Records Management solution, there are many choices. Many of them have similar features, although there are a few things that set them apart from each other. One such feature is In-Place Records Management.
Change is inevitable when an organization deploys new technology and based on my experience, the management of that change is often the reason for failure to adopt the new technology. By nature, most people don't like to change, and change is often threatening, especially to employees that have been in their roles for a long time.
A recent article from ARMA in their Information Management publication highlighted five case studies that provided insight into how professionals are using everyday business challenges to initiate Information Governance programs.
Here is a list of common mistakes when implementing a Records Management solution. This list assumes that you have taken care of the necessary requirements such as having a File Plan and a Retention Schedule.
The Certified Records Manager (CRM) certification is the primary certification of the Records and Information Management (RIM) profession. It is designed for experienced professionals with management-level responsibilities.
1. We already have a File Plan and our policies and disposition are well defined. Why do we need Information Governance?
ECM and Records Management are perfect examples of solutions that can work well together and even enhance the overall solution when used together. They each have separate individual goals, but together they provide efficiency and compliance and are a step on the way to Information Governance.
Here is a list of common mistakes when implementing a SharePoint Records Management solution. This list assumes that you have taken care of the necessary requirements such as having a File Plan and a Retention Schedule.