Here at Recordkeeping Innovation we are really pleased to share the news of the arrival of the revised version of the International Standard ISO 15489 Records Management. Both myself and Director Barbara Reed, as members of the Editorial Group responsible for its delivery, have been toiling for over three years on the review, all our blood, sweat and tears culminating in the release of the 2016 version earlier this year. It was formally launched in Wellington, New Zealand in May.
October 16, 2019
Information Governance is by its very nature interdisciplinary. Of course, it needs leaders, but great information governance leaders are those that enable a multi-disciplinary team approach to thrive. This is best done by allowing the distinct approaches to information brought by members of the team to exist in both cooperation and creative dissent. The organisational […]
April 30, 2018
Digital preservation is a complex area and it is often underestimated or even overlooked
March 27, 2017
User’s trust and consent to access their data is critical to achieve the benefits of e-health systems, especially data analysis supporting better treatment
March 22, 2017
Manage information ‘by design’, looking at information architecture and identify where and how information assets are managed.
February 1, 2017
Records in Contexts conceptual model by the ICA’s Expert Group on Archival Description issued for comment in Sept 2016.