sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  19 Dec 2012
Published:  19 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Implementing new processes and workflows is just the beginning of establishing an effective records and information management (RIM) strategy. In order to ensure your RIM policy is sustainable, you must also consider the architecture and tools used to support the RIM initiative and have proper methods of evaluating the overall success or failure of the program.

Access this expert guide to gain invaluable insight on what makes up an effective long-term RIM policy. Read on to learn 3 steps you can take to effectively evaluate your RIM project, such as forming a diverse RIM committee.

Best Practices | Content Management | Enterprise Content Management | Enterprise Information Management (EIM) | Information Management | Records Management

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