Defensible Disposition in a Coco (Nutshell), Part 2
Defensible Disposition in a (Coco) Nutshell, Part 1
A provocative title, I know, but I think we need a little provocation in the records management (RM) world today. For way too long, we’ve been focused on the wrong things, for the wrong reasons, and the disastrous information management situation
Corporations share a common problem: they keep electronic content forever. Content worth preserving is mixed with content that should be purged, and classifying content (to determine what to keep and what to purge) is manual and expensive. In the
Organizations in both the private and the public sectors struggle with the knotty problems of records management: which documents to retain as records, and for how long; which records to destroy, and when. And many of these organizations, barely able
This blog post previously appeared on the “Information Nation” blog of Kahn Consulting, Inc. “Right-sizing Your Information Footprint” is my made-up term for turning your information parking lots into a Goldilocks-and-the-three-bears amount of information: not too much, not too little;
Continuing the discussion from a previous post, this post addresses the last four components of Doculabs’ Discovery Readiness Program Framework – an approach for getting your organization ready for litigation and compliance discovery. It addresses Information Organization, Process Design and Implementation, Architecture and Technology, and Communications and Training.