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I disagree, a records content does not determine its value

Chris Flynn

On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 9:00 AM, Gordy Hoke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Kelly, remember the key principle: a record's value comes from its
> content, not its medium.
> The question becomes, "How long do I need to keep the information in the
> record?"  It doesn't matter whether  that information is a Tweet, in an
> email, in MS Word, calligraphed onto parchment, or doodled on a cocktail
> napkin.
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> For me a key challenge to managing records on social media is capture:
>  What is the best technique for gleaning the information off the site and
> preserving it in a stable, manageable medium? Since there are options and
> no universal answer, a suitable answer requires expertise, insight, and,
> perhaps, craftsmanship.
>
> That's why I love electronic records management -- there's always a new
> challenge to address and overcome.
>
> Gordy
> Gordon E.J. Hoke, CRM
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