The Ultimate Guide to Records Management in the Cloud
As electronic information grows, records managers are still trying to maintain the same level of control and oversight as they did in the physical world, but in today’s digital environment, this model is no longer effective or realistic.
The days of physical records may be over, but the pressure on end users is still the same, if not worse. Successful records management in the digital workplace still usually relies on users declaring records and tagging them with the appropriate metadata. While this isn’t necessarily difficult for users, it interrupts productivity. So frankly, sometimes users just don’t do it.
It’s time to evolve. It’s time to think about new ways of easing the burden on end users while still achieving compliance through enterprise information management (EIM).
Download our free eBook Best Practices Guide: Records Management for the Digital Era and learn how you can simplify records management in the cloud.
- Chapter 1 How Records Management Has Evolved
- Chapter 2 Information Management Risks and Pitfalls
- Chapter 3 Framework for Information Management
- Chapter 4 Managing your Information in Office 365
- Chapter 5 Information Management in Hybrid Environments
- Chapter 6 Managing Physical and Long Term Information
" With the records management features of Office 365, Microsoft has changed the game again. They have taken a fresh look at records and information management and have provided tools and concepts that are new, easy-to-use and span across Office 365. This integration is extremely advantageous for records management as opposed to having to be restricted to differing levels of management across different silos. " Chapter 4: Managing your Information in Office 365