Protecting your Vital Records from Natural and Man-Made Disasters
When a disaster strikes, organizations that have incorporated vital records into regularly-updated disaster recovery plans are the ones that will survive. Learn how to safeguard the records that are vital to your organization’s survival.Register
Challenges in Records Management and Retention for U.S. Domestic and International Organizations
Learn how to avoid persistent pitfalls in the management of electronic records, as well as how an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) tool can help address some of the gaps in records and information management.
Leading vendors in physical and electronic records management capabilities are named with brief comments on their capabilities along with a summary of the business case for infrastructure investment.Register
Managing Electronic File Cleanup
Did you join our information management tribe (as Seth Godin calls us) at AIIM 2013? It was great! But whether you had the opportunity to join me for the interactive facilitated discussion on Managing Electronic Records Cleanup or not, I want to provide information you can leverage as you pursue your cleanup projects.Register
Setting Up a Compliant Records Management Program: Where Do You Start?
In today’s information-rich environment, keeping track of paper and electronic records is fraught with risk. It’s risky because the failure to locate and produce records can result in decreased productivity, lost business, heavy fines, lawsuits and, worse, jail time for some offenders. This article presents an overview of how to start setting up a compliant records management program.Register
Envisioning a Future for Public Health Knowledge Management
Cadence Group writes and curates a collection of white papers on best practices, industry trends, and research results associated with our areas of Practice. We are also constantly updating the Blog & News library so check there to see what’s new. Register for our current featured white paper to learn more about how we are Envisioning a Future for Public Health Knowledge Management. Public health is currently in the unique position to become a leader in the field of Knowledge Management in the human service sector, simply by leveraging infrastructure that is already in place.Register