Records Management Journal: Volume 21 Issue 3


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Preserving records in the cloud

Jan Askhoj, Shigeo Sugimoto, Mitsuharu Nagamori

The purpose of this paper is to examine the characteristics of managing records in a cloud computing environment and compare these with existing archiving models


Motivations for records management in mobile work

Sari Mäkinen, Pekka Henttonen

All organisations may not have the same motivations for investing in records management. For some organisations the benefits of records management are more important than


A new approach to records management with the Information Workplace Platform

Alexis Castillo‐Soto, Gill Baker

This case study aims to set out the challenges faced by the Department for Education (DfE) in managing information and encouraging collaboration. The DfE has restructured


US and global efforts to expand the use of electronic health records

Kurt Stanberry

This paper seeks to analyze attempts, in the USA and globally, to create new and improved methods used to manage patient health information: electronic medical records


Accountability, open government and record keeping: time to think again?

Alistair Tough

The purpose of this paper is to re‐visit debates around accountability, openness and record keeping and to suggest that existing assumptions need to be challenged.

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  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS