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Reader Favorites, June 2015: Our most popular records management resources
Our most popular resources the past month address a variety of common records management issues.
If cloud storage is a source of confusion and uncertainty in your organization, our cloud storage guide is the perfect place to start. We also have a best practice guide for imaging projects and a package of resources to help you address your records retention challenges.
Reader Favorites, May 2015: Our most popular records management resources
Our most popular resources the past month address key challenges with both electronic and physical records.
Our first resource provides a framework to help you determine if document imaging is right for your organization. We also have a white paper that talks about the best approach to metrics in an electronic document and records management system. Finally, we offer several tips to help you reduce offsite storage costs.
How to effectively manage a shared drive: Part 1
Shared drives are like gardens. If you don’t tend them, they become overgrown, weedy, and not as productive as they could be. If you’ve been meaning to tackle your unruly shared drive, this blog post offers a clear path to getting it back on track.
The year’s most popular records management resources so far – Part One
Our records management resource center is chock full of helpful white papers, assessment tools, case studies and presentations. In these resources, we cover a wide range of business issues, solutions, and records management best practices. In this week’s blog post, we highlight some of the most popular RIM resources this year:
Metadata: a better way to help users find electronic records
Helping users find electronic records is big challenge, regardless of whether those records are stored on a shared drive, in the cloud, or in an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS). Since there are a number of different ways users can find electronic records, we thought we would compare a few of the more common methods to help you decide which one is best for your situation and needs.
How to get started with IA, metadata, and taxonomy for EDRMS implementations
In a three-part blog series, we are taking a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS systems. In our final post, we provide suggestions on how to successfully apply information architecture (IA), metadata, and taxonomy to EDRMS.