Category Archives: Litigation

Where Next for the Digital Age?

I found the BBC News story today regarding digitisation of the UK Courts system very interesting. The Government has plans to make courtrooms in England and Wales “fully digital” by the year 2016, ending what it described as “an outdated … Continue reading

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What is your Policy for Making a Record of Telephone Conversations?

It seems that most of our electronic communications automatically generate a record that we are able to capture – if we so choose – and manage in a records management system. It is now possible to implement procedures that capture … Continue reading

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Is it OK to “manipulate” PDFs to improve records management?

This is a question that I hear posed fairly frequently, I guess as a result of organisations managing electronic records rather than – or in addition to – traditional paper records. A typical scenario is an electronic document received into the … Continue reading

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Are Copies as Acceptable as Original Documents?

This is a question that I seem to be hearing with increasing frequency! I think the reason for this is that an increasing number of companies and organizations are introducing electronic document management systems (EDMS). Where there are hard-copy records … Continue reading

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