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Records management is dead. Long live records management | Computerworld
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Today, a record may be a line in a database or spreadsheet (“structured
data”) that is replicated, backed up, and sliced and diced and parceled
out. Or it may be a word document, blog post or tweet (“unstructured data”)
that gets replicated, backed up, and shared *ad infinitum* as an attachment
(inside and outside the organization) or via social media. Once you create
these electronic records, it is almost impossible to destroy them. Even
worse you can never be sure that you have destroyed every last copy of that
file!

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