Taxonomy

Freitag, 13. Mai 2011

Generic records mgmt taxonomies (IF4IT)

The International Foundation for Information Technology (IF4IT) has recently published two linear Taxonomies that are intended to assist Records Management (RM) professionals with the identification and classification of RM related data, information, and knowledge. They include a Taxonomy of Records Management Types (or sub-types to some) and a Taxonomy of Record Types that have been derived and created from a controlled master Information Technology vocabulary which is defined and maintained by the IF4IT.

Link to Taxonomies

Examples of use for such Taxonomies include but are not limited to the following:
1. RM organizations can use the Taxonomies as frameworks to help identify what types RM work need to be performed and managed as well as to help identify the different types of records categories and artifacts that are important to them and their enterprises.
2. Audit and Compliance organizations can use the Taxonomies as frameworks for understanding different Records Domains, as well as for identifying key points of audit and artifacts within such domains.
3. IT organizations can use the Taxonomies to help define, plan for, structure, deliver and support IT related work that addresses the various RM categorizations, their records types, and their correlating artifacts for any RM related organizations they help enable.
4. Litigation departments can use the inventory of as a framework to understand what, specifically, to ask for or deliver, when subpoena-ing or being subpoena-ed by entities during legal cases.
The IF4IT's goal is to supplement data, information and knowledge related professionals, especially those in IT and those who cannot afford the services of expensive consulting and research organizations, with controlled vocabularies, constructs, frameworks, and learning material that will help them be as successful as possible. The release of these Taxonomies is part of a series of steps by the Foundation to do so.

Please note that the IF4IT offers such material as supplemental options to help enable professionals. The Foundation always urges you to be well informed by exploring all available option. All Foundation content is open to the public and subject to the terms of use that are listed on its site, which state, in short, that users are free to leverage the material for themselves and their enterprises but not profit from it in any manner.

Examples of other IF4IT publications include:
The largest and most comprehensive IT Glossary in the world
The largest inventory of IT Disciplines (categories of work areas that IT is formally involved in)
The ever evolving Inventory of Taxonomies
The Information Technology (IT) Learning Framework (which is constantly maturing)

by ERES list serv:

Frank Guerino, Chairman
The International Foundation for Information Technology (IF4IT)
http://www.if4it.com
1.908.294.5191 (M)

Dienstag, 18. September 2007

Automating taxonomies

Challenges, successes and failures in automating taxonomy management
With a case from UK. (2003)

see: Automating-taxonomies (pdf, 91 KB)

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