Records Management Quarterly

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 3, July

AIDS and Confidentiality: The Records Manager's Dilemma
AIDS and Confidentiality: The Records Manager's Dilemma Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) affects all of us as it strikes down increasing numbers of people, who will inevitably include our co-workers, neighbours, friends, and perhaps our families...
A Visit to Japan
A Visit to Japan With a group of archivists and educators, I visited Japan recently, invited as the token records manager. Our hosts prepared an exhausting schedule of visits to the national archives, and those of some prefectures, the National Diet...
Guidelines for the Development of Local Government Records Legislation
Guidelines for the Development of Local Government Records Legislation This article outlines the key components necessary for the development of general and comprehensive local government records legislation. These components may be used to aid in constructing...
Information Systems Architectures
Information Systems Architectures In this article, the author explains the use of information systems architectures and discusses methods for their planning and development. Any organization today, whether it is a business concern, an educational...
Legal Considerations for Records Management-Business Risk Decisions
Legal Considerations for Records Management-Business Risk Decisions Organizations face critical legal decisions related to their records and information management programs. What records must be maintained to meet the requirements of state and federal...
The Information Media Matrix: A Strategic Planning Tool
The Information Media Matrix: A Strategic Planning Tool The Information Media Matrix is a new tool to assist records managers in both matching the application to the medium and retrieving stored information. Through the use of a computerized universal...
The Odyssey of Records Managers
The Odyssey of Records Managers Part I: From the Dawn of Civilization to the Fall of the Roman Empire A journey through the history of records management, 4000 B.C.-1950 A.D., with a glance at the future, to assess the overall meaning of records...

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