‘Systems for digital records’ Archive

Sharing ideas to solve one of life’s great mysteries: how to successfully implement an EDRMS April 4, 2013 1 Comment

This week the members of the EDRMS Implementers Discussion Group met for the first time to talk about their organisations’ experiences in implementing systems to support digital recordkeeping. This is a new group facilitated by State Records to promote the sharing and re-use of ideas, tools and approaches for implementing EDRMS (electronic document and records […]

Research data requires good recordkeeping: Lessons from the Sydney Diet Heart Study and #IDCC13 February 14, 2013 No Comments

Scientific data, research data, data retention, big data – just recently it seems like everyone is talking about data of one sort or another. Last week CBC News reported a fascinating tale of lost and inaccessible data: ‘The case of the missing data’. In it, a US scientist looking into heart disease tracked down some […]

SharePoint 2013: new functionality and what it might mean for recordkeeping February 5, 2013 3 Comments

Last year State Records published guidance on the recordkeeping capabilities of SharePoint 2010. This guidance describes recordkeeping features and functionality that can be enabled or configured in SharePoint, and identifies where additional configuration and/or add-on software are needed to meet particular recordkeeping requirements. We have started to receive enquiries about the recordkeeping capabilities of SharePoint […]