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SharePoint 2010: Changing the paradigm with a business-oriented approach to records management
Monday, 5th July 2010
For records management, SharePoint 2010 has brought to fruition all that was hoped for when MOSS 2007 was launched. In this detailed comparison of the two versions, John Wise shows that, subject to suitable configuration and support, SharePoint 2010 is a serious option for a compliant ERMS solution.
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By John Wise
John Wise is the Managing Director of Wise Technology Management, an Australian-based management consultancy recognised as independent experts in the design and implementation of SharePoint as an Information Management platform. John has worked on developing IT and Information Management strategies for a wide range of clients including SA Water, Veolia Water, Vision Australia, Tower Insurance, Institute for Safety, Compensation, Recovery and Research, and InsuranceLine. The SA Water project resulted in SharePoint being implemented as a corporate information management platform. John has developed a follow-on paper on best practices to be followed in integrating SharePoint with an EDRMS, taking into account the approach taken by HP with TRIM 7. He has also just completed an update of the analysis of SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 against National Archives of Australia ERMS functional specifications, metadata standards and the ADRI and ICA ERMS modules.
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