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Dienstag, 19. Februar 2013

Continuity/stability vs. permanent technology change/agility

Excellent post from James Lappin about the clashes and tensions between a stable records mgmt environment and the rapid pace of change in technology (...)

http://thinkingrecords.co.uk/2013/02/13/the-state-of-records-management-in-2013-the-challenges/

There is no choice; the dominance of technology has always determined the way how people handle their information day-to-day, and RIM was always running behind.
Is it possible to reconcile the need for stability and reliability of record keeping through time with the needs for agility?
"Stability and agility are like ying and yang- they look like the complete opposite of each other, but in reality they are dependent on each other, and each needs a bit of the other."

So, RIM will become the art of finding viable solutions to domesticate information, being compliant with retention requirements and at the same time arranging with the untamable dynamics of IT and application landscapes.
Squared circle? ... or muddling through?

Chris Walker maybe is overdooming the fall of RIM when he says in his anti-predictions:
"RIM will be sold off in pieces, like black market organs."

http://christianpwalker.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/a-list-10-anti-predictions-for-2013/

Where will the bucket stop then? Can IT be blamed for gaps in the records?

Freitag, 25. Mai 2012

Data storage is cheap: what a myth!

Excellent post about the myth that storage is cheap.
... yeahh but storage is not archiving or digital preservation which enables to understand what we have stored once (often many years ago).

Again, it's the storage mgmt which is creating the costs but it's needed to ensure readability and understandability of the information which was stored.

http://futureproof.records.nsw.gov.au/mythbusting-that-storage-is-cheap/

It goes hand in hand with another myth: that search tools alone ensure findability. It's all about metadata to enable data quality and structured information.
Garbage in, garbage out.

Freitag, 11. Februar 2011

Fighting against narcolepsy in RM

Another great post from Chris Walker (Oracle)

We have been talking on and on;
we know that Sisyphus was a happy person.

However we have to change the tune and the tone ....

his opinion:
We need to switch from talking about the bad things that happen when you don’t manage records properly, to the good things that happen when you do manage information properly. This is not to say that records don’t need to be managed; my contention is that Records Management is subservient to Information Management and that information governance imposes constraints on users and the organizations they work for.


http://christianpwalker.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/enough-already-we-get-it/

Freitag, 1. Mai 2009

Popularity of records management in the blogosphere

Interesting chart.
Content management seems to be king; although some other statistics have shown that e-mail is king not content.
Document and records mgmt are ranked on the same level, more or less.

see post from Joe Mancini

Mittwoch, 22. August 2007

Top ten records management Blogs (from Technorati)

see:
http://aiim.typepad.com/aiim_blog/2007/08/top-10-records-.html

Montag, 6. August 2007

New blog: Sharepoint meets ECM

see:
http://www.aiim.typepad.com/sharepointmeetsecm/

Dienstag, 31. Juli 2007

The case of lost NASA tapes

see interesting comment:

http://thinkingshift.wordpress.com/2007/07/27/the-curious-case-of-lost-nasa-tapes/

Mittwoch, 6. Juni 2007

Das Ende des Records Managers als "Philosophenkönig" ?

see:
http://rmfuturewatch.blogspot.com/2007/05/end-of-records-manager-as-philosopher.html

Freitag, 1. Juni 2007

Who needs records retention?

new AIIM knowledge center blog

http://aiimknowledgecenter.typepad.com/

Freitag, 25. Mai 2007

Blog: file formats, archival software etc.

Interesting:

http://fileformats.blogspot.com/

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