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The Records or Information Manager has two basic types of records for which he is responsible. These are operational and vital corporate records. Only a small number of records fall into the latter group, probably less than 20 of a company's total documentation. It is therefore very easy for a...
Computers have long been used in the administration work of large companies and public authorities for handling vast quantities of generally standardised data. Personal details, financial information and stock levels are all suitable numbercruncher material, no longer being paid much attention....
Following recent initiatives from HM Treasury, Departmental Records Officers are beginning to think of themselves as part of an information management function. This is not to say that records management has disappeared, or even been absorbed into the new function. Rather, it is one of four...
Once again the headhunters are busy, capturing talent and delivering their trophies to the boardrooms of the capital. Since professional Records Managers as opposed to let's pretend PQ accountants are a rare species, the hunt this last year has been particularly tense. Only by offering thrilling...
Sometime in late 1987 I asked a colleague for specialist advice in text management software and commented that he ought to write down the overview of text management systems which emerged. It seems that other people were telling him the same thing and he took us at our word. Text Retrieval &...
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