Posts Tagged ‘ICT professionals’

13. Delivering recordkeeping projects in collaboration with ICT and business professionals September 30, 2016 No Comments

Accompanying presentation: Delivering recordkeeping projects in collaboration with business and ICT professionals The podcast “Delivering recordkeeping projects in collaboration with ICT and business professionals” was recorded at the Records Managers’ Forum on November 8, 2010. In this podcast, May Robertson, Records Manager for the University of Sydney, talks about achieving positive recordkeeping outcomes by working in […]

Managing information in a mobile working environment February 13, 2015 No Comments

This week we had our regular digital implementers group. Our session topics are set based on the opportunities and challenges which are at the forefront for the group members. Establishing a robust mobile working environment is becoming important for a large number of organisations. The group members, as always, represented a large and diverse cross […]

Reviewing the Standard on Digital Recordkeeping March 27, 2014 1 Comment

The Standard on Digital Recordkeeping articulates the core requirements that State Records sets public offices for managing their digital information. The standard was issued in 2008, so it is due for a review. Since then, there have been major changes to the structure and operations of government, and to the digital technologies which support government […]

NSW government establishes Community of ICT Professionals April 9, 2013 No Comments The NSW Government is establishing a brand new Community of ICT Professionals to: disseminate information of interest and relevance to all NSW ICT professionals promote case studies of innovative ICT practice generate new ideas for ICT innovation help create an informed ICT workforce Membership is open to all NSW Public Sector employees working in any area […]

Common information risks and why they could be happening to you November 22, 2012 4 Comments Here are some possible information risks that could be affecting your organisation and some ideas on why they might be occurring. Give us your feedback on whether these risks are impacting you, what is causing them and any solutions you have put in place for their mitigation. If after reading this post you recognise any […]

Information management – is it the new ‘thing’? October 11, 2011 2 Comments

“Information is a strategic asset and must be managed like other assets, such as people or capital.” So says the Global research firm Gartner. What we records and information managers have been saying for years!

Enterprise architecture for records managers April 20, 2011 No Comments

Image: Niles E. Hewlett Enterprise architects and records managers have much to gain by working together. Records managers can contribute their expert knowledge of their organisation’s ‘business’ and its ‘data’ assets. By working with enterprise architects, records managers can improve the visibility of their programs, receive assistance in strategic tasks such as the development of business cases, and, most […]

ICT attitudes to recordkeeping: survey report now available November 9, 2010 No Comments

State Records recently received 217 responses to its online survey of NSW State Government ICT professionals. The responses we received were very informative and dispelled many of the common myths about ICT attitudes to recordkeeping.

What do ICT professionals think about digital recordkeeping? 5 minute survey July 23, 2010 1 Comment

Attention ICT professionals! Are you aware that, in an average government organisation, over 30% of the digital information generated needs to be kept in an accessible and useable form for more than 10 years, and approximately 10% of the digital information needs to be kept accessible and useable indefinitely? What strategies does your organisation have […]