Records Management Journal: Volume 14 Issue 2


Table of contents

Imploding technologies – driven by the records management requirements?

Mathieu Gouanou, Mike Marsh

Provides an overview of recent developments in the Records Management and IT software vendor sectors, showing the interaction between the two. Presents an overview of…


Review of retention management software systems

Ugonwa Ekweozor, Babis Theodoulidis

Provides a review of the main features of the software available in the market that deal with retention management. Reviews a range of recently published works discussing…


The BBC Written Archives

Jacqueline Kavanagh

Presents an history of the Written Archives at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), stating that the Written Archives constitute the working papers of the…


Management use of records in Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria

Stephen Osahon Uwaifo

The paper takes a look at Management use of Records in Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria. The importance of records and records management programmes was given…


Knowledge management is dead: long live records management

Kenneth Tombs

States that, for over a decade, knowledge management (KM) has been viewed as the way forward for information management and that it has become associated with Internet…

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS