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Articles from Information Management Journal (November 1, 2003)

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A new textbook for records management practice. Crockett, Margaret 847
Are you addicted to the Internet? Brief Article 218
Convicted spy buried sensitive U.S defense documents in 19 locations. 405
Court rules trade secrets outweigh free speech. Brief Article 261
Dangerous documents. 349
Documents shredded while you watch. Brief Article 135
E-gov initiatives making strides. 340
E-mail rules for records managers. Shimer, Preston W. 796
Einstein online. Brief Article 258
Electronic discovery in 2010: the past 10 years have proved that the escalating costs of data collection and review in discovery of the systems themselves, demand a major realignment of how business data is maintained. Juhnke, Deborah H. 3559
EPA awards $2 million for environmental data-sharing. 236
Identity theft victims skyrocket, surveys say. 578
IM: invaluable new business tool or records management nightmare? Instant messaging's free-form nature is presenting risks and challenges for business and records managers everywhere. Cunningham, Patrick J. 2766
India to adopt data privacy rules. Brief Article 219
Information databases aid investigators. 470
Keeping an eye on Sarbanes-Oxley: the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is creating an ever-evolving new landscape for corporate governance, making it critical organizations worldwide to pay attention. Swartz, Nikki 2330
Knowledge conversion is the key to success: businesses that know how to convert information into knowledge will be more successful than those that do not. The same is true for information technology companies. Martin, Shannon E. 3212
Making the executive presentation: senior executives' information needs require a unique approach, but it is critical to learn how to get their attention. Pemberton, J. Michael 1884
Managing electronic records in the 21st century: as Michigan's State Archives and Records Management Services discovered, records management application (RMA) software can solve many electronic recordkeeping problems, but it also presents many challenges. Dionne, Mimi 3209
New database reveals details of state's earliest court cases. 311
RIM professionals of the future. Editorial 426
Senate votes to divert NARA's e-archives funds to Amtrak. Swartz, Nikki 508
Stellent launches Sarbanes-Oxley Solution. Brief Article 87
Survey reveals disaster recovery expectations and reality. 402
Swiss ISPs must keep e-mail log for six months. 330
Want the CIA director's address? Get it for $26 online. 442

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