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Articles from Information Management Journal (September 1, 2004)

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An enterprise content management primer: ECM is increasingly important in helping organizations manage and control content according to their business goals and legal needs. Blair, Barclay T. 1450
AOL employee charged for stealing screen names. Swartz, Nikki 328
ARMA 2004 Expo Long Beach: the premier event for records and information management professionals. 531
ARMA 2004 Long Beach: the premier event for records and information management professionals. Calendar 5341
Assigning a bottom-line value to information. Carlisle, Diane Book Review 928
California passes online privacy bill. Swartz, Nikki 379
Catalyst or cataclysm? 1724
Company fined for renting out customer data. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 234
Conference schedule. Calendar 633
Cops now carry electronic databases. Swartz, Nikki 253
Deleted e-mails cost Philip Morris $2.75 million. Swartz, Nikki 393
Don't get "snarfed". Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 282
Exhibitor list. 683
Exhibitor profiles. 13119
FBI delays virtual file network. Swartz, Nikki 332
Freedom to Read Amendment fails. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 167
From the mouths of CIOs: organizations can meet the biggest challenges facing them today by getting their records management and IT professionals to work together and develop solutions. Swartz, Nikki 4293
FTC nixes "do-not-spam" list. Swartz, Nikki 598
Identity thieves can be locked up for two years. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 84
IM interoperability--at least for business. Swartz, Nikki 413
Implementing a unified content strategy. Taylor, Sheila Book Review 914
Industry intelligence sessions: on the show floor, aisle 100. Calendar 348
Investing wisely for the future: calculating the return on investment can be useful in supporting the development and implementation of an effective records management program. Andolsen, Alan A. 2982
ISO 15489: a tool records management mergers: the global records management standard is a strong, viable 21st-century model that enables the assessment, design, and implementation of a new, post-merger corporate records management program. White-Dollmann, Mary M. 2311
KM is integral, study says. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 198
Offshoring privacy: when companies offshore business processes, they are putting consumers' most sensitive personal information at risk--and there's little consumers can do about it. Swartz, Nikki 1924
Prizes & giveaways. 309
Product category listing. 4203
Program sponsors. Brief Article 196
Protecting your digital sources. Holland, Michael E. Book Review 1379
Social security digitizes claims process. Swartz, Nikki 713
Stellent offers integrated e-mail records management. Brief Article 113
Tagging toothpaste and toddlers. Swartz, Nikki 809
Technology application briefings: on the show floor, aisle 100. Calendar 379
Two approaches to managing information risks: when managing information risks, is it better to use an event-based or a records and information requirements-based approach? This excerpt from Managing Risks for Records and Information explores these approaches and examines how to choose the one that best fits your organization's needs. Lemieux, Victoria L. 1886
U.S. scraps CAPPS II. Swartz, Nikki 436
U.S., Canadian firms have different views of privacy. Swartz, Nikki 525
You've got mail (and AOL can read it). Swartz, Nikki 745

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