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Blake, a .44 magnum does a pretty darn good job of rendering things
useless.  Go out in the desert and find a 3-sided canyon, prop up your
machines and start blasting away.

A few suggestions to get your mind right for the task at hand...; think
about your rival college or high school football team...; think about an
ex-wife perhaps...;  think about your/our current political or military
enemies...

or you can focus on the end stage of the information life-cycle and how
you are personally making a definitive statement about the value of
solid RIM fundamentals.  Wonderful stress management technique too.

In order to meet expectations I have to say this...   I hate paper!

Ya'll have a good weekend.

Best regards, Steve
Steven D. Whitaker, CRM
Records Systems Manager; City of Reno

>>> [log in to unmask] 1/5/2007 8:29 AM >>>
>do fax machines cache any information on a short/long-term basis that
could be accessed after disposal

When you say after disposal I assume the machines have been unplugged
from a power source for a while yes?
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-----Original Message-----
From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of Blake Richardson
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2007 3:22 PM
To: [log in to unmask] 
Subject: Fax Machines/Multifunctional Devices - Information Security

Happy New Year Listserv.  I was made aware today that my employer has
recently disposed of three fax machines.  After the disposal occurred,
the question was asked whether information could be accessed from the
old machines, e.g. do fax machines cache any information on a
short/long-term basis that could be accessed after disposal. 

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