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Articles from Information Management Journal (July 1, 2009)

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America's recovery and the business of RIM: the economic downturn and the resulting stimulus legislation offer RIM professionals new opportunities to highlight the value they and their programs can bring to their organizations. Zuvich, Cindy; Dmytrenko, April 2527 transcribes slave records. Brief article 198
Archived web library requires 1 TB of memory. Brief article 213
Attorney general issues FOIA memo. Brief article 238
Clouds on the information horizon: how to avoid the storm: cloud-based solutions, such as web-based e-mail, have many advantages. But organizations must be aware of the compliance issues related to storing their information outside of their own control. Gatewood, Brent 2643
Cyber attacks on U.S. government rise. 375
Data breaches, malware attacks on rise. 438
Doing more with less: how networking and training create records program success: a study of government records managers shows networking affords opportunities to provide training, increase RIM awareness, and overcome resource shortfalls. Choksy, Carol E.B. 1932
FBI to expand DNA database. 430
Feds to lenders: keep records 10 years. 172
Focusing on the big picture: RIM's leading role in protecting organizations during downsizing. Jablonski, John J. 3538
FTC launches Red Flag website. Brief article 126
Government to digitize veterans' health records. Brief article 247
In the business of RIM, continuing education is a challenge. Lanter, Amy Editorial 511
Kansas requires cell phone firms to provide records. Brief article 161
Lawyers suggest revamping FRCP. Brief article 271
Microsoft: 97% of e-mails are spam. Brief article 210
Most wanted government data revealed. 326
NARA opens new KC headquarters. Brief article 302
Open Gov Group names FBI worst responder to FOIA. Brief article 240
Poll shows EHR pros, cons. 462
President approves $459 million budget for NARA. 552
Starwood claims Hilton stole records. Brief article 250
Stimulus provisions will improve HIPAA. 467
Surviving a records audit: 6 steps to prepare your organization: although most records are created electronically, physical records continue to proliferate and demand that organizations seek software solutions that meet the requirements for effectively managing records in both media. Simons, Neil 2130
Sweden enacts anti-piracy law. 379
U.S. copyright office stuck in a paper jam. 347

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