The ISO framework can help your business reap the benefits of enhanced records management. These include meeting your legal obligations for accurate storage and retrieval. It will also improve accountability and transparency by ensuring you allocate responsibilities to the right people in your organisation. Implementing the ISO Record Management System is particularly important for businesses that deliver record management services. It will help you improve your management processes and design more efficient record keeping systems. It will even strengthen your auditing and training.
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There is a new version of the international standard for records management (ISO 15489-1:2016)
Time to rejoice! A new version of the international standard for records management BS ISO has been released by the International Organization for Standardization and has been adopted as a British Standard a couple of months ago. A revision has been long awaited since the first version of this popular standard came out in Much of the standard remains unchanged and the British national foreword to the standard which is publicly available from the preview provides a good overview of what changed and what remained.
New ISO 15489-1 records management standard will help organizations protect data
Find out what else is different in the version of ISO It has been 15 years since the records and information management RIM and archives communities witnessed the debut of the landmark text ISO Information and documentation — Records management — Part 1: Concepts and principles ISO It was a long-awaited — and, to some, much overdue — arrival of the revision to this often-quoted and frequently cited reference document. This new edition is worthy of consideration by RIM and information governance IG professionals, espe- ISO — Revised and Redesigned for cially for those working in a global, multi-cultural environment where a non-U. To understand the breadth of remote influences on the development of ISO , some background on the ISO process is essential. ISO has operated from its Geneva, Switzerland, headquarters since Through standards development, ISO seeks to facilitate worldwide social, economic, and environmental benefits, as well as safety and quality improvements.
ISO defines the concepts and principles from which approaches to the creation, capture and management of records are developed. This part of ISO describes concepts and principles relating to the following:. ISO applies to the creation, capture and management of records regardless of structure or form, in all types of business and technological environments, over time. Check out our FAQs. Buy this standard. This part of ISO describes concepts and principles relating to the following: a records, metadata for records and records systems; b policies, assigned responsibilities, monitoring and training supporting the effective management of records; c recurrent analysis of business context and the identification of records requirements; d records controls; e processes for creating, capturing and managing records. CHF Buy.