Read online or download a free book: Understanding Data And Information Systems For Recordkeeping
Publisher: Facet Publishing (15 Mar. 2008)
By: Philip C. Bantin (Author)
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Content management systems, data warehouses, relational databases - the ways an institution can organize and store its information are changing rapidly, and it can be difficult to make sense of the myriad options. This timely book is a comprehensive guide to the new technologies that can help information professionals and records managers better organize vital documents and information for preservation, search, and retrieval. Bantin looks at the major types of record keeping resources - relational databases: data warehouses: and content, document, and knowledge management systems - and the ways in which each captures, stores and manages records. Each system is evaluated in light of its ability to manage digital content over the long term.The book also offers suggestions for adapting turnkey systems to better serve organizational needs, tips for implementing systems assessment, and guidance for ensuring that systems comply with legal requirements. The complex area of e-mail management is also covered. This book is an essential resource for information professionals and records managers, and for any organization interested in utilizing technology to better maintain their organizational records and data.
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