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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Records management for dummies.
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781118388105 1118388100 9781118388099 1118388097 9781118388129 1118388127|
"Making everything easier!"--Cover.
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Records Management For Dummies; About the Author; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Table of Contents; Introduction; About This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Foolish Assumptions; How This Book Is Organized; What You're Not to Read; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: Setting the Stage; Chapter 1: Fundamentally Speaking; The Inside Scoop --
Terms and Terminologies; Role Playing; The Records and Information Manager; I'm Excited --
Why Aren't You?; Marketing Your Program; Chapter 2: Appraising; Preparing for the Appraisal; Choosing an Appraisal Method. Conducting the AppraisalChapter 3: Scheduling; Keeping Your Options Open; Conducting the Investigation; Looking for Approval; Creating the Retention Schedule Document; Implementing the Retention Schedule; Updating the Retention Schedule; Part II: Filing Made Simple; Chapter 4: I Know It's Here Somewhere; Filing Methods; Evaluating Filing Equipment and Supplies; Selecting a Filing Method; Creating a Digital Filing System; Chapter 5: Drives Can Drive You Crazy; At-Risk Drivers; Cleaning Up Your Driving Record; Maintaining Your Drives; Chapter 6: A Message about E-Mail; The Anatomy of an E-Mail. Filing the MessageUsing Software to Manage E-Mail; Part III: Capturing Records; Chapter 7: Watch Out, I'm Backing Up; Creating a Backup Plan; Managing Backups; Chapter 8: Know When to Hold 'em; Discovering Discovery; Initiating a Legal Hold; Chapter 9: Imaging Documents; From Paper to Paperless; To Image, or Not to Image; Determining Your Imaging Approach; Gathering Requirements; Calculating the Return on Investment (ROI); Evaluating Imaging Hardware and Software; Chapter 10: Software Applications; Examining Software Options; Assessing Your Needs; Evaluating Vendors. Guiding You through ImplementationPart IV: Parking Spaces; Chapter 11: Storage Locations; Storing Inactive Records Onsite; Getting to Know the Record Storage Vendor; Chapter 12: Compliant Destruction; Determining the Appropriate Destruction Method; Deciding on Your Shredding Approach; Selecting the Right Shred Vendor; Developing an Information Destruction Policy; Part V: Creating a Plan; Chapter 13: Codifying the Policies; Developing a Records and Information Management Policy; Making the Policy Available; Auditing the Policy; Chapter 14: Train the Troops; I'm Aware of That! Developing a Training PlanTraining the Masses; Part VI: The Part of Tens; Chapter 15: Ten Simple Management Guidelines; Limiting E-Mail Attachments; Knowing How to Dispose of Information; Structuring Electronic Folders; Naming Files; Managing Active and Inactive Periods; Scheduling Destruction and Deletion; Creating the Proper Filing System; Avoiding the "Keep Everything" Syndrome; Managing Copies; Keeping It Simple; Chapter 16: Ten Emerging Trends; Governing Information; Computing in the Clouds; Big Data; Social Media; Putting Some Structure to It; Let's Collaborate. Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles.
|Series Title:||--For dummies.|
|Responsibility:||by Blake Richardson.|