Records and Archives In the News is a compilation of news stories
related to records and archives management.
Historical Society's photo archives available for your viewing ...
San Diego Union Tribune - United States
The San Diego Historical Society's photo archives collection – 2.5
images and growing – is a window on the past. Anyone ...
Sherrod Library home to Appalachian archives
East Tennessean Online Edition (subscription) - Johnson City,TN,USA
... manuscripts and 2.5 million photographs. "There are actually two
said Ned Irwin, archivist. "There is one collection ...
EU data retention: access all areas
Open Democracy - London,UK
... already under the spotlight for covertly collecting phone records of
US ... Google and Tesco Clubcard represent sophisticated advances in
storage, search and ...
Firms must improve records management
Computing - London,UK
Firms face difficulties in deciding which electronic records to retain
and archive for legal or other reasons, according to ISF senior research
consultant Andy ...
Sound Expert Steven Marshall; Turned Tinkering Into a Career
Washington Post - United States
... a two-phase test, archivist John W. Carlin decided in 2003 not to
with further testing, based on recommendations of the National Archives
Tiered storage shifts focus away from disk
Search Storage - USA
... also said much of the frustration with tiered storage so far has
as a result of the confusion over tiered storage and information
management (ILM ...
EContent Magazine, Fri, 12 May 2006 3:55 PM PDT
Success Has a Thousand Litigants
Up to the mid-?90s, managing content was easy. Records managers
cataloged documents, locked them up, and when their retention period
destroyed them. The main threats were fire and water. Today, content
thousands of electronic formats, including email. Content?s central
attracting a new threat: patent litigators, the modern Willie Suttons,
The Jakarta Post, Fri, 19 May 2006 9:16 PM PDT
Gleaning the truth from old documents
In 1907, a local figure in the town of Bojonegoro, East Java, was
arrested by the Dutch East Indies administration. Samin Soerontiko was
indoctrinating local residents in what later became known as Saminism,
which taught people that honesty brought glory.
The Star-Ledger, Fri, 19 May 2006 9:57 PM PDT
State hands out $27.8 million to preserve public archives
Forty municipalities and the state's 21 counties will share $27.8
million in aid to help preserve and secure more than three centuries of
and archives, state officials announced.
Peter A. Kurilecz
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