We’ve used paper for thousands of years, we’re not going to give up now; right? Well at least we’re not going to totally give up … it’s in our DNA.
ISO 15489 Records Management ISO 15489 is the international standard for records management. It derives from the Australian Standard AS 4390: 1996 and was published in two parts in 2001. The standard applies to the management of records in all formats and provides a framework for organisations establishing a records management system or auditing existing … Continue reading Standards and Requirements for Electronic Records Management
All things considered there are many similarities between Document and Records Management but the motivation for deploying these two technologies is most likely the difference between a desire for efficiency and the need to ensure business continuity.
In basic terms Document Management (also known as a Document Management System or DMS), is the combination of a computer system and a software application. The main function of a Document Management System is to manage and track electronic documents and electronic images of paper based information captured through the use of a document scanner. Document … Continue reading What is Document Management
Regulatory compliance is not optional for your business but it might not be the burden that you think it is. Managing your business documents digitally will not automatically make you compliant with the increasing burden of regulatory rules and document retention requirements but it will make it easier. "Take advice, know your obligations and make … Continue reading A bit about compliance.
It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that better control of your business documents is a sensible strategy for any business. We know that, it’s fairly obvious but do we really understand all of the benefits or indeed the costs of not managing paper.
Your mobile phone can do a bit of everything now. I would suggest that a mobile scanning app is a great back up for your real scanning solution just in the same way as you wouldn’t rely on your mobile phone camera as the only way to take your vacation photo’s or instead of using the sat nav in your car.
There’s paper everywhere but I can never find the information I need. Come on what have I done with it! Argh...I must have thrown it away, or maybe I left it at home.