Tag Archives: functional classification


Creating the Records Retention Schedule You Need

Monday, December 10, 2012

To get all possible benefits from your records management program, you need the right retention schedule. Developing this schedule is critical because it affects many aspects of your organization, from … Continue reading


Want to Get Your Shared Drive Under Control? Start Here

Monday, October 15, 2012

If organized properly, shared drives can be a major asset to any RM program. By understanding some of the common problems with public drives and following a logical methodology to address them, staff can develop an efficient and systematic approach to sharing and storing information. Start with these 4 steps: Continue reading


Records Management Software: What’s Right for You?

Friday, June 8, 2012

Compliance, litigation and electronic records are just some of the factors that have organizations scrambling to get their records management program in order, and for many the answer is software. But choosing the right software solution can be a difficult and confusing process and our clients often want to know the best way to select a software solution. Continue reading


Roadmap to Compliance Series: The TAB SMART Program

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

What if there were a simple exercise where your organization could get rid of unnecessary material, raise awareness of records management and move closer to compliance? Our look at TAB’s … Continue reading


The Roadmap to Compliance Series: Retention Schedules

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

This week we continue on TAB’s Roadmap to Compliance with a look at records retention schedules–what they are, why you need one, and how they work. Previously we looked at … Continue reading


Roadmap to Compliance Series: Functional Classification

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

This week we continue our series on the The Roadmap to Compliance with a look at the first “signpost” – the Functional Classification System. This is the first step in … Continue reading