Overview: Electronic information today far surpasses an organization's physical records footprint. Does your organization store its information on share drives or in the cloud? Do those repositories look more like a digital haystack where document go to perish? Can you easily find the information you need to support business needs? Are you involved in the active management of these repositories with your IT department?
Records management is no longer a back office function dealing with physical records. Today, records managers are expected to possess skills in information management, such as information system design, business analytics, content analytics, enterprise search and retrieval, digital preservation, content automation, information governance, and so much more. We have the skill and knowledge, we just need to get others to know.
This webinar presentation discusses how records professionals are important partners with their IT department. The presentation will also address how a records professional needs to expand their role to that of an information professional. In this new role, the records professional and IT collaborate in the design of intelligent information systems to better enable efficient use and retrieval of information assets. Working with IT, we can bring years of classification, business analysis, risk management, governance, and project management skills to the table.
This webinar session will cover the following points:
(NOTE: ICRM no longer provides pre-approval for events less than one hour in length; however, you may still petition ICRM to receive credit for attending this webinar, which is usually approved in most instances)
GARA Core Competency: "Advocacy & Outreach" OR "Electronic Records and Information Management"
Speaker: Bruce Wirth, MPA, CIP, CRM, Records and Information Manager, Washington State Department of Health
Duration: 60 Minutes
How to Request a Certificate of Attendance: After viewing this archived webinar in its entirety, please e-mail [email protected] to request your Certificate of Attendance.
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