Announcing the new RM Case Studies series

The Schedule

SAA’s Records Management Section is excited to announce the launching of a new peer-reviewed case study series under the umbrella of SAA Publications. This series seeks to support the practical as well as the theoretical and scholarly aspects of the records and information management (RIM) profession. Suggested case study length is 2,500 to 5,000 words. All members of the RIM community are welcome to submit case studies.

The University of Washington Streamlines Its Records Management Program via Zasio

IG Guru

The post The University of Washington Streamlines Its Records Management Program via Zasio appeared first on IG GURU. IG News Information Governance Records Management case study The University of Washington ZasioCheck out the post here!

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Webinar: Stop, Drop, and Innovate: Six Case Studies via Mid-Michigan ARMA Chapter on Thursday, December 17th at 4pm Eastern

IG Guru

The post Webinar: Stop, Drop, and Innovate: Six Case Studies via Mid-Michigan ARMA Chapter on Thursday, December 17th at 4pm Eastern appeared first on IG GURU. ARMA Education Information Governance Records Management Webinar Case Studies Innovation Mid-Michigan ARMA Service Providers

Webinar: Case Studies on Information Governance in Microsoft 365 | 1:00pm ET on April 2, 2020

IG Guru

VP of Information Governance, IGS, an Access Company and Atle Skjekkeland, CEO, Infotechtion Attend this session to learn how global enterprises with up to 90,000 staff are using Office 365 for information governance, records management and information privacy and protection.

Best of TAB 2017 part 1: the top case studies

TAB OnRecord

In a four-part series, we will be revealing the top RIM resources of the past year, as voted by your colleagues in records and information management. Over the next four days we will share the top white papers, case studies, RIM guides and blog posts. The post Best of TAB 2017 part 1: the top case studies appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. Hybrid records management Records management software

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“Pin Down” Your Trade Secrets So the Court Can “Do Its Job” A Case Study via JD Supra

IG Guru

The post “Pin Down” Your Trade Secrets So the Court Can “Do Its Job” A Case Study via JD Supra appeared first on IG GURU. Compliance IG News Records Management Risk News Calendar Research LLC v.

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The Certified Information Professional (CIP) vs the Certified Records Manager (CRM): 7 Differences You Should Know

AIIM

You're interested in an information management certification, and you've narrowed it down to two; the Certified Information Professional (CIP) vs. the Certified Records Manager (CRM). Both certifications are well-known, respected credentials in the information management industry. The CRM is a very deep dive into records management best practices, but it doesn’t go into as much depth on many other aspects of information management.

eRecords 2018: “A Case Study in Data Mapping – Are You Ready for a New Norm?”

The Texas Record

Due to the complexity of information in its various forms, your local government offices and state agencies may need to create a records management data map, showing the location of the records within your organization. This is an important project because it allows everyone to see what records they have and where they are located. Tie RIM Program success to understanding where records reside. Data mapping is crucial in managing your records effectively.

Vital documents: How one biopharma company protected theirs against water damage

TAB OnRecord

Download our case study for a complete list of solutions » 1.0 The post Vital documents: How one biopharma company protected theirs against water damage appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. Manage risk Physical filing Storage systems Case Study filing systems mobile shelving records management SprinklersMost companies have a plan in place to protect their vital documents in the event of a fire.

Resourceful Records Managers! Courtney Bailey, Chair, SAA Records Management Section 2019-2020

The Schedule

As Jessika knows, I’ve hesitated to participate in her series on Resourceful Records Managers because I suffer from a bit of imposter syndrome. I’ve been on the Records Management Round Table/Section since 2015, and I think I’ve done some good work over the years on things like reviewing open source software programs and migrating and updating a records management bibliography into Zotero. I’m a Records Analyst at the State Archives of North Carolina.

Tod Chernikoff, #InfoGov18 Speaker Interview Series

IG Guru

Featured ICRM InfoGovCon Information Governance Record Retention Records Management case study change management IBM records and information management Tod ChernikoffWe’re pleased to bring you a series of interviews with some of the presenters at The Information Governance Conference 2018.

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Establishing Records Management at Brandeis—The First Eighteen Months

Brandeis Records Manager

George Despres, University Records Manager, Brandeis University. The Brandeis University Records Management (URM) program has much in front of it, but some solid foundational accomplishments behind it. As we know, developing and growing a records program is challenging: most people don’t get our objectives despite the fact that records, their mismanagement, and associated risks are ubiquitous—witness the daily news.

Rethinking Records Management with SharePoint: An AIIM Webinar

JKevinParker

On May 28, 2014, I had the privilege of being the featured speaker for an AIIM webinar called "Rethinking Records Management with SharePoint". The webinar was sponsored by Microsoft, who shared their own story of records management success with SharePoint, demonstrating that they practice what they preach. As the featured speaker, I was the independent voice from the industry and spoke on the features of SharePoint that are best for electronic records management.

How (not) to schedule electronic messages: a case study/cautionary tale

The Schedule

Stakeholders have been angered; records management best practices/commandments have been violated; capstone models have been altered; hair has been pulled out in frustration; records managers have been called on the carpet*. You are walking a fine line between the dictates of the historical record, the operational needs of the organization, the technical capacity of your IT department, and the political/legal considerations of the public officials affected.

Best of TAB 2017 part 3: the top white papers

TAB OnRecord

In a four-part series, we are bringing you the top case studies, white papers, blog posts, and guides – all chosen by your records management colleagues! These in-depth resources cover: survival skills for modern records managers, RIM software, [.] The post Best of TAB 2017 part 3: the top white papers appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. Records management software

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[Podcast] IIM Challenges and Opportunities in the Energy Industry

AIIM

So, what's it like to work with records and information in this exciting industry? On this episode, Kevin Craine chats with Elana Fate, Records Manager at MISO Energy. Electronic Records Management (ERM) Intelligent Information Management (IIM) AIIM on Air

RIM Month Virtual Colloquium, date and lineup announcement for April 7th 1-3pm EST!

The Schedule

The SAA Records Management Section invites you to attend our free (!) RIM month virtual colloquium highlighting records and information management issues. Mark your calendars for April 7th, 2021 1pm-3pm EST. Outline of Event: 7 wonderful presenters working in records management, with 7 minute lightning round presentations (see below!). Surveying and Collecting Electronic Records. Redeveloping relationships with records creators.

Describing web archives: Learning from Archive-It partners and friends

Archive-It

In case you missed it live, want to revisit anything, or share with your colleagues, the recording, presentation materials, and space for continued discussion are all now online here in the Archive-It Community Forum. For even more information about UNC’s cases and next steps, see Jessica’s own For the Record blog post, Behind the Scenes: Describing Archived Websites. . Please share your insights, case studies, and questions to keep it going!

MER 2019 – CALL FOR PRESENTERS

IG Guru

We are looking for presentations on solutions to the IG challenges created by new and emerging technologies, the latest legal and regulatory developments that affect IG programs and professionals, practical advice and guidance on traditional IG challenges, and relevant case studies […]. MER Conference 2019 program is shaping up! Still time to join the speaking team!

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The future of RIM education

The Schedule

We had a great conversation with folks last week about what has worked for them and what they need in the field of records and information management education. As is the case with most things in the RIM field, it depends — more specifically, what people need in a training/education sense depends on where they are professionally and what resources they have to devote to their own professional development. Professional Development Records Management Training

Summary – “Blockchain Technology and Recordkeeping”

ARMA International

Additionally, the article is included in Information Management Magazine, ARMA-AIEF Special Edition , which will be available for download in November. It’s an emerging recordkeeping technology producing new forms of records, and new modalities of recordkeeping, with which records and information professionals will need to engage. Chapter 2, “The Creation and Storage of Blockchain Records,” is about what records are generated by and stored in blockchain systems.

How We Learned to Love Event Based Retention

AIIM

Allow me to introduce you to Wendy McLain, Manager of Enterprise Content & Records Management at Valero. Her session is called "How We Learned to Love Event Based Retention: A Valero Energy Case Study in Records Management." You're the Manager of Enterprise Content & Records Management at Valero. WM: I get a lot of questions about email management, legal holds, and our ECM design.

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To Bucket or Not to Bucket…?

The Texas Record

There is a term in records management circles you might have heard of called “big buckets.” For those unfamiliar with the term “big buckets”, or “bucketing” as it regards to the records management world, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) describes it as “ a big bucket (large aggregation) schedule that consists of items covering multiple related series of records and/or records in electronic systems.

Off the Record – Nuclear Records Testing, Legal IG Guidance, Perfect Retention Policies

The Texas Record

Tune in monthly for a curated collection of articles we found interesting on a broad range of topics; some which are directly related to records management and others which might share common themes. No, we didn’t write these articles —hence the name of this series, “Off the Record”— but fortunately, we didn’t need to in order to share the knowledge with our subscribers. To illustrate this point, they focus on a case study of a large U.S.

New Functional Schedule for North Carolina State Agencies

The Schedule

Where state agencies have previously relied in a General Schedule for State Agency Records and hundreds of program-specific schedules, now all state agency officials have one 16-part retention and disposition schedule to guide them in the management of their public records. We embraced the technique of functional analysis, whereby the functions of an institution are defined and the records that document these functions are linked. Records Management

Best of TAB 2017 part 2: the top blog posts

TAB OnRecord

It is time for part two of our series on the top RIM resources of the past year, including your favorite case studies, white papers, blog posts and guides. The post Best of TAB 2017 part 2: the top blog posts appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. In this installment, we share the top three blog posts of 2017: how to save money with RIM, corporate moves, and document imaging for financial institutions. [.] Read More.

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The Power of the Record

Brandeis Records Manager

Program Director for University Records Management, Brandeis University. And there is power in the record that can be promoted more aggressively. Records and Records Management Needs Are Everywhere. Records stories permeate the daily news: the recent front page-headlining gaffe at the Oscars awards was a good (bad?) This was one of the few instances this year when a non-political (records!) Records are front, center, and everywhere.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Another Web 2.0 service model risk blown away - Google and Postini

ChiefTech

service model risk blown away - Google and Postini I noticed in this case study about a law firms decision to pick Google Apps for email and collaboration over Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Domino , that they mention Google has acquired a company called Postini (actually back last year ). This looks like it answers one of my previous concerns about using hosted consumer services for business email and collaboration, that they dont provide for compliance and records management.

e-Records 2020 Call for Presentations

The Texas Record

This year the annual e-Records conference is online! Our theme is Records Are Virtually Everywhere. Speakers and panelists must agree NOT to market products/services during sessions and consent to recording of their session for TSLAC and DIR to publish.

e-Records Conference 2018: Registration Open!

The Texas Record

e-Records 2018 – Friday, November 16, 2018. Registration is open to state agency and local government staff for the 2018 e-Records Conference. About e-Records 2018. Texas technology managers and records managers are working together in new and exciting ways. From data management initiatives to information governance, here is an opportunity to share hear about best practices, challenges and lessons learned.

RMS Section Meeting: teasers!

The Schedule

As the Annual SAA virtual meeting and the Records Management Section virtual meeting approaches, we want to bring your attention to the fabulous panel we planned: The Records Manager in the Library (panelists: Jessika Drmacich, Williams College; Krista Oldham, Clemson University; Eric Stoykovich, Trinity College-Hartford; Greg Wiedeman, University at Albany, SUNY; Elizabeth Carron, Boston College; Hillary Gatlin, Duke University ).

e-Records 2019 Call for Presentations

The Texas Record

The annual e-Records Conference will be held Friday, November 15, 2019. We want to you to speak at e-Records 2019. This event is organized by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and co-sponsored with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) to promote electronic records management in Texas government. For more information about the 2019 e-Records Conference, check out the conference website.

e-Records 2020: Registration Now Open!

The Texas Record

Registration for the 2020 e-Records Conference is now open to state agencies and local governments. Visit the conference website for more details about this virtual e-Records experience and to read about the exciting presentations we’ve selected this year. About e-Records 2020.

e-Records Conference 2018: Call for Presentations – Deadline July 20, 2018

The Texas Record

We are still accepting presentation proposals for the annual e-Records Conference to be held on Friday, November 16, 2018. Case studies: e-Records and e-Government–solutions, best practices, process improvement and lessons learned from projects with other internal or external experts including IRMs, RMOs, vendors, etc. Topic areas suggested include: Legacy modernization – handling the records. Preservation for long-term electronic records.

How did we do on the Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) Summit?

Barclay T Blair

In one area we could have done better, but I knew that would be the case going in and will explain why. Believe me, this process is not fun and I had many painful conversations with excellent consultants and experts (personal friends in many cases) as to why they could not attend. in each case, higher than 4 out of 5). Hard numbers and soft skills: Great case studies, roadmaps and networking toward elevating the information governance stewardship.

e-Records Conference 2018: Call for Presentations

The Texas Record

The annual e-Records Conference will be held Friday, November 16, 2018. This event promotes improved electronic records management in Texas government by bringing together staff responsible for and interested in records management and information technology. Texas technology managers and records managers are working together in new and exciting ways. Topic areas suggested include: Legacy modernization – handling the records.

e-Records 2019: Early Bird discount expires soon!

The Texas Record

Why Attend e-Records 2019. On November 15, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the Texas Department of Information Resources will bring together speakers to share case studies and presentations to help Texas governments achieve the benefits of digital transformation and overcome its challenges. It’s a great chance to network with other attendees who are tackling some of the same electronic records management issues you are.

e-Records 2019: Registration Open!

The Texas Record

Registration for the 2019 e-Records Conference is now open to state agencies and local governments. About e-Records 2019. Texas technology managers and records managers are working together closer than ever before to implement critical projects like cloud migration and cybersecurity. Visit the conference website to register and read about the exciting lineup and exhibitors.

What Can We Learn About the IG Profession from the ARMA InfoCon 2020 Taxonomy

ARMA International

Since a taxonomy is a reflection of what it organizes, in this case we’re reflecting our profession. Now, many of the terms in our taxonomy represent common themes you’d expect to see at an ARMA conference, terms like “records management,” “information governance,” and “information management.”

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e-Records Conference: Price Increase on October 26!

The Texas Record

About e-Records 2018. It’s all about tackling tough challenges to manage those electronic records. Once again, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) have joined forces to bring you another outstanding selection of speakers sharing case studies and presentations. Records management audits can be the basis for the next stage of your program.