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TEI comments on LMSB record retention initiative: April 8, 2004. May 1, 2004 1047
Records management: the content, process and connectivity challenge. Hunt, H. Harris Sep 1, 2003 1571
Enterprise records management strategies. Sprehe, J. Timothy Sep 1, 2003 2330
Scary, scary, scary: legislated records management. Sep 1, 2003 1739
Toolkits from across the pond: the United Kingdom has developed standards and guidelines that are persuading organizations to take records management more seriously. (Records Management). Cain, Piers Jul 1, 2003 3364
Thinking like a lawyer: how to advocate on behalf of your child with special needs. Ramos, Francisco, Jr. Feb 1, 2003 2524
A resolution for the New Year. (In focus: a message from the editors). Jan 1, 2003 457
Acquisitions all around. (Up front: news, trends & analysis). Swartz, Nikki Jan 1, 2003 318
A time of challenge and opportunity for RIM. (Up front: news, trends & analysis). Swartz, Nikki Jan 1, 2003 639
Congress triples cyber security funding. (Up front: news, trends & analysis). Swartz, Nikki Jan 1, 2003 637
Security efforts still lacking. (Up front: news, trends & analysis). Swartz, Nikki Brief Article Jan 1, 2003 323
Preserving the paper (and electronic) trail: records and information management professionals will be key players in devising systems to meet the law's retention requirements. (Capital edge: legislative & regulatory update). Leahy, Patrick J. Jan 1, 2003 889
The emergence of e-vaulting: electronic vaulting is a compelling improvement on traditional in-house data backup and recovery functions. Ganong, Ray Jan 1, 2003 4800
Protecting records in the face of chaos, calamity, and cataclysm: even organizations that do not think they are prime targets for terrorists do not have the luxury of considering themselves exempt from disaster planning. Stephens, David O. Jan 1, 2003 3840
Putting "strategic" into information management: if information is not strategically managed as an asset, information management will be under-resourced, under-valued, under-appreciated, and under-respected. Meagher, Robert Jan 1, 2003 2569
The role of microfilm in information management: current and past problems with digital long-term storage have been well publicized. Is it possible to guarantee the preservation of history and allow for future processing of it? (Tech Trends). Burkel, Russ Jan 1, 2003 2318
What is records and information management? Jan 1, 2003 188
Getting a handle on managing records. (Information Management). Oct 1, 2002 463
CEO to CEO. Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 576
Who Will Pay for Copies of Medical Records? Mar 1, 1999 384

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