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  1. Information Management magazine - March/April 2017 (Vol. 51, No. 2)

    Information Management magazine - March/April 2017 (Vol. 51, No. 2)

    Articles from the March/April 2017 issue of Information Management magazine include:

    In Focus: A Message from the Editor, "Learning Which Risks to Take and How to Minimize the Rest," by Vicki Wiler

    Up Front: News, trends, and analysis of interest to you and your organization "The Next Frontier for RIM Pros," by Cheryl McKinnon, IGP, CIP

    Notable Pros: "A Passion for the Profession: Alison North," by Nikki Swartz

    Fellows Forum Series: "The Risks of Not Taking Risks," by April Dmytrenko, CRM, FAI

    Career Path: "The Case for Including RIM in Information Security," by Andrew Altepeter

    Tech Trends: Preserving E-Mails with Historical Value," by Kurt Brenneman

    In Review: "Archives Title Covers Wide Swath of Multicultural Interests, Divergent Approaches," by Nancy Barnes, Ph.D., CRM, CA

    In Review: An Attempt to Effect Change in Local Government Records," by Richard Cox, Ph.D.

    Note: The print issue does not include the members-only bonus content.
    regular price: $30.00 professional
    member price: $10.00
  2. Information Management magazine - January/February 2017 (Vol. 51, No. 1)

    Information Management magazine - January/February 2017 (Vol. 51, No. 1)

    Articles from the January/February 2017 issue of Information Management magazine include:

    InFocus: A Message from the Editor: "Learning Which Risks to Take and How to Minimize the Rest," by Vicki Wiler

    Up Front: News, trends, and analysis of interest to you and your organization

    "A Profession in Peril: Charting a Way Forward for RIM in North America," by Donald C. Force, Ph.D.

    "At the Edge of the Cloud: The Fog," by Brent Gatewood, CRM

    "Identifying Points of Integration for True Information Governance," by Susan Goodman, IGP, CRM, CIPP-US, CIPM, CIP, FAI

    CareerPath: "Survey Design Basics for Information Professionals," by Nancy Dupre Barnes, Ph.D., CRM, CA

    Tech Trends: "Enterprise Content Management as an Information Governance Enabler," by William Saffady, Ph.D., FAI

    In Review: "Exploring Ontologies and Their Value to Information Professionals," by Amy Van Artsdalen, IGP, CRM

    In Review: "Advice for Avoiding Layoffs and Closures in Special Libraries," by Mo Khamouna

    Note: The printed version of this issue does not include the members-only bonus content.
    regular price: $30.00 professional
    member price: $10.00
  3. Vital Records (ARMA International TR 29-2017) (PDF)

    Vital Records (ARMA International TR 29-2017) (PDF)

    This technical report provides state-of-the-art information for organizations’ business continuity-related planning needs and vital records management, including applicable technological innovations, current industry practices, and timely bibliographic resources. It may complement the ARMA International Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles® and ISO 15489-1: 2016 Information and documentation – Records management – Part 1 – Concepts and principles. It is for use by records and information management practitioners, information governance professionals, and educators. It may also be of interest to archivists, records management consultants, and legal and information technology professionals.
    regular price: $55.00 professional
    member price: $35.00
  4. Courtesy of ShareSquared

    Courtesy of ShareSquared

    The PDF of this publication will be available to download at no charge after you add it to the cart and enter the source code provided at check out.
    regular price: $75.00 professional
    member price: $75.00
  5. Records and Information Management Core Competencies, 2nd Ed. (PDF)

    Records and Information Management Core Competencies, 2nd Ed. (PDF)

    Records and information management (RIM) professionals at all stages of their career can use Records and Information Management Core Competencies, 2nd Ed. to identify their proficiency in each of six defined domains: Business Functions, RIM/Information Governance Practices, Risk Management, Communications and Marketing, Information Technology, and Leadership.
    regular price: $30.00 professional
    member price: $0.00

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