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New Paper – Records Retention Scheduling II: Retention Schedule Development
Sheila Taylor’s latest chapter, “Records Retention Scheduling: Retention Schedule Development”, was published in the June 2021 supplement to Carswell’s Records and Information Management subscription-based service. This is the second of three chapters on Records Retention. What’s the chapter about? This chapter address records retention schedule development, including the research of legislated records retention and broader
New Paper – Records Retention Scheduling I: Terminology and Concepts
Sheila Taylor’s latest chapter, “Records Retention Scheduling: Terminology and Concepts”, was published in the November 2020 supplement to Carswell’s Records and Information Management subscription-based service. What’s the chapter about? It introduces records retention scheduling terminology and concepts, illustrates how records retention scheduling is records and information management best practice, highlights the benefits of records retention
Ergo’s 20th Anniversay
This month Ergo Information Management Consulting celebrates its 20th year in business. We are proud to have assisted many clients over the years, providing unparalleled excellence in the delivery of product-independent records and information management (RIM) advisory services in Canada and internationally. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our clients, partners, employees
New Paper — Blockchain and Recordkeeping
Gregg Astoorian and Sheila Taylor have authored a new chapter for the November, 2018 supplement to Carswell’s Records and Information Management subscription-based service, entitled “Blockchain and Recordkeeping”. The chapter provides a technical overview of blockchain and how it works in applications such as BitCoin, an overview of how blockchain has evolved and where it is heading, its
Information Governance — New Article in Municipal World
The April 2016 issue of Municipal World contains an article (pp 21-24) by Sheila Taylor entitled “Information Governance: An organizational approach to managing information”. The article contains an overview of the cross-departmental aspects of information governance, with emphasis on its benefits, implementation and challenges in a municipal government environment.
New Paper — RIM Strategies for BYOD
Sheila Taylor has authored a new chapter for the March, 2016 supplement to Carswell’s Records and Information Management subscription-based service, entitled “RIM Strategies for BYOD”. The chapter provides an assessment of the current state of Bring Your Own Device, including the advantages and disadvantages of the trend to both employers and employees. The second half of the