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Articles from Information Management Journal (January 1, 2005)

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15 nations unite to fight spam. Swartz, Nikki 433
A primer for archivists. Holland, Michael E. Book Review 986
AIIM study reveals ECM drivers. Swartz, Nikki 341
AOL offers two-factor authentication. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 297
British Library to Archive E-mails. Swartz, Nikki 356
Companies must manage IM, study says. Swartz, Nikki 340
Controlling the risks of content publication: Content management is the responsibility of all functional areas in an organization, but IT and records management should share managerial responsibility. Langemo, Mark 3095
Controlling your documents: Consider the merits of starting out with straightforward document management as a way to socialize good document practices, providing a realizable path to electronic records management. Fenner, Joe 1777
Electronic I-9 forms now allowed. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 265
Electronic records management on a shoestring: Three case studies: Developing and implementing a full-fledged, certified ERM system requires time, resources, and a big budget. But the records manager who takes low-cost, high-value steps can reach a successful outcome. Young, Jeanne 1971
FDA okays implanted chip for health care. Swartz, Nikki 721
Google brings search to the desktop. Swartz, Nikki 567
Improving Internet encryption. Swartz, Nikki 332
Integrating archives, records, and research: Consumers Union/Consumer Reports has successfully integrated its records, archives, and research operations into the everyday business of the organization. Manion, Kevin 2950
Is the U.K. ready for FOI? Swartz, Nikki 476
IT security in demand. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 106
Livelink server tackles content challenges. Brief Article 83
OSD: the future of storage: object-based storage device (OSD) technology promises to change forever the enterprise architecture world by making upgrades easier and more affordable. Samarra, Kenneth 2183
Perspectives on managing electronic records. 592
Required reading for rim professionals--novices and supervisors. Pemberton, J. Michael Book Review 592
SEC proposes evaluation of XBRL use. Swarts, Nikki Brief Article 227
The end of the ostrich defense: While it did not set new precedents or change the world, Zubulake v UBS Warburg signals a big shift--rational analysis is at least entering the realm of electronic records and the courts. Montana, John C. 2961
U.S. companies not complying with E.U. Safe Harbor rules. Swartz. Nikki Brief Article 241
U.S. hands out technology grants for healthcare. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 283
U.S. Justice Department releases Digital Evidence guidelines. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 180
Vatican library tags books. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 129
What can a printer reveal. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article 230
Zubulake: The real issues. Montana, John C. 1812

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