Posts Tagged ‘information management by design’

Conversations about digital information management and digital disposal July 22, 2014 No Comments

Peter and I like to get out and talk to people, to get a sense of how information is genuinely being managed out in different business environments. Recently we have had conversations about digital information management and disposal with a group of people who regularly work on digital business operations with many different organisations. We have also recently discussed digital […]

Systems are episodes in the life of information June 24, 2014 No Comments

One of the issues we are talking to agencies a lot about at the moment is information longevity, primarily the fact that an awful lot of business information will need to outlive the system it is part of. This concept however, still does not have significant traction or understanding. In most business environments, systems or services […]

Ants and archives and leveraging expertise for strategic information management #IAM_2014 May 30, 2014 No Comments

This week to celebrate Information Awareness Month, we have done a series of posts on emerging digital information management challenges, such as digital business transitions, digital disposal, social media management and cloud email. In the last of our IAM posts however, we are not looking forward to see what is coming but are instead looking back […]

The complexity of digital transitions – happy #IAM_2014 May 26, 2014 No Comments

To celebrate Information Awareness Month, this week at State Records we are going to explore some of the key challenges facing information professionals today, starting with digital transitions. So what are digital transitions? photo by: Gideon Burton

Information management by design – introducing the new digital content on the State Records website May 14, 2014 No Comments

At State Records NSW we have redeveloped our Recordkeeping in the NSW public sector pages on our main State Records website. We really hope this redevelopment helps to make our extensive resources about records and information management much more accessible, and accessible to a very broad audience. So what changes have we made? To improve its accessibility, we did […]