For those who deal with records and information management, regardless of their professional or organizational status, the Records Management Society is for you. RMAA is a network in Australia that offers a wide range of services to its memberships.
This ranges from participation in the development of standards for record management to advocacy on record management issues. From a federal perspective, the focus is on controlling and promoting the use, control and promotion of records associated with the creation, maintenance, use and disposition of records in order to achieve maximum compliance with the Federal Records Management Act and the Australian Data Protection Act.
Electronic Record Management (ERM) uses automated techniques to manage recordings regardless of format. Electronic record management is a broad term that refers to the electronic management of records, whether electronic, paper or microform.
Managing Electronic Records (MER), organized by Cohasset Associates, is a conference with a limited number of participants that addresses operational, technical and legal issues related to the management of the entire lifecycle of electronic records. MER is held annually in Chicago and offers the opportunity to prepare for the first Certified Electronic Record Management (EMR) Certification Conference. MER also includes a sales area where IG professionals can learn more about electronic plate solutions, as well as a whole day to touch – with lectures on management changes.
Neil Software provides software and hardware solutions for a wide range of organizations, from start-ups to multinational companies. Neil Software provides software, hardware and solutions for managing electronic records, disk management systems and electronic license plates.
The Society of American Archivists is the world’s largest and most influential record and information management organization. ARMA International is a world leader in the management of recording information, both on paper and electronically.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity founded 80 years ago with the aim of promoting change and contributing to the debate through education and information. ARANZ is a company founded in 1976 with the aim of raising public awareness of the importance of archive management in the prevention of accidents and injuries to persons and property.
Its clientele spans the public, private, and non-profit sectors, and projects include government agencies, universities, research institutes, and private companies. SNIA has a long history as the world’s leading storage industry in developing and promoting standards, technology and educational services as a service to empower organizations in managing information.
We are at the forefront of implementing best practices in-house to manage a highly effective and profitable business, and we are proud to take them on.
At the same time, I have been able to proselytize about archives and archive management, which I have done throughout my working life, because I believe record people are very good at promoting the value of their skills and expertise. Carl stayed in business until the company was dissolved in 2000 and he retired to Eastbourne. Nevertheless, he continues to do the occasional interesting work, including a project with Teresa that led him to work with her on his last project, the development of a new record management system for the National Archives and Records Management Society.
At British Steel, a management rethink meant the future of the head office advisory unit became uncertain. We joined the Information Systems Services organization and ran an in-house consultant who advised various business units in the field of record management. In a culture where the service department is expected to charge its customers fees, we were surprised to see that only half of the team covered the management costs and not even made a profit.
In case you missed the excitement on Twitter, the Information Records Management Society (IRMS) is holding its 2017 annual meeting in San Francisco, bringing a major international conference right on the doorstep of the DPC. IR MS 2017 brings together information experts from all sectors of the world to exchange knowledge and experience in data management.
The sessions range from the transformation of the paper – light workspace, to workshops to improve cybersecurity, to a workshop on the importance of data security and data protection in the digital age.
This is particularly true when we need to work together to address the challenges posed by electronic records. In connection with data processing, records consist of information fields, and the collection of such records includes electronic files. Electronic recording concepts must be understood in the context of the digital age, not only in terms of data storage and processing, but also in terms of data security and data protection.
As described in the above definition of the Federal Records Act, fast track documents may use the term “record” in conjunction with the collection of records under the Freedom of Information Act.
Archivists and archivists should keep abreast of technological developments in this area on their campus. They should have knowledge and a good understanding of the current state of information technology in the United States and should be able to recommend the purchase of file devices that support consistency in archiving practice, as well as request access to the most up-to-date information available to them. This can only be done effectively with the help of a knowledgeable and knowledgeable archivist and the support of an experienced staff member.