Information Management

Professional journal on records and information management.

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 5, September/October

Collaborate to Develop an Effective Social Media Policy
Information assets have become the new currency for successful enterprises and, in some cases, outweigh the value of physical assets. This places records and information management (RIM) professionals in the midst of a unique time and opportunity to...
Connecting the Dots: Making Knowledge Available to Decision Makers
Connecting the Dots: Making Knowledge Available to Decision Makers KM-WM: A New Vision Based on Conceptual Theories of Knowledge and Wisdom Author: M.K. Mansour, Ph.D. Publisher: CreateSpace Publication Date: 2010 Length: 406 pages Price: $49.99 ISBN:...
E-Discovery and Records Management: Essential Knowledge for Information Professionals
E-Discovery and Records Management: Essential Knowledge for Information Professionals Ejectronic Discovery Practice under the Federal Rules Authors: Amy Jane Longo, Esq., Allan D. Johnson, Esq., and Allen W. Burton, Esq. Publisher: BNA Books Publication...
IT's Role in Managing Social Media
Tweets on Twitter, statuses on Facebook, and videos on YouTube ... social media's impact is significant upon the enterprise. IT sits in the middle of the whirlwind. This article will explore:* The role of IT in securing and making available the social...
Mitigating Legal Risks of Using Social Media
During a 2010 conference, counsel from Coca-Cola and Sprint enthusiastically referred to their "social media ninjas," or those employees who are charged with using social media on the organization 's behalf. They were clearly true believers who have...
RM Tech Deployment Still a Rough Road
Forrester Research/ARMA International SurveyThe results of the third annual Forrester Research/ARMA International technology market trends survey highlight the complexity of deploying technology, grappling with high costs, managing e-discovery expectations,...
Using GARP® to Objectively Measure Your Recordkeeping Program
The time is now to address information governance. "The onus should not be on consumers to wipe their devices clean," said Canada Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart in a June Globe and Mail article after her office concluded its year-long investigation...
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