Electronic Records - New South Wales
Articles and resources about trends and issues in the management of electronic documents and records by government in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
This category last updated: 7 June 2012
State Records social media and recordkeeping survey results
- Author: Kate Cumming. Future Proof – Protecting our digital future, May 24, 2012. "Last month State Records distributed an informal online survey to our NSW public sector records contacts, to ask about social media use in NSW government. In this post we report on all the results..."
NSW State Library moves to next stage in eRecords project
- 64,000 items to have eRecords created, by Tim Lohman. Computerworld, 16 July, 2010. "The State Library of New South Wales has moved to the next stage of its three year project to create electronic records for collection material currently only accessible through paper based indexes and finding aids..."
Objective bags NSW govt deal
- by Fran Foo. AustralianIT, September 10, 2008. "The NSW Attorney General's Department has dropped its internal paper-based system and gone digital in a bid to properly manage large volumes of state records..."
NSW unveils software panel
- by Fran Foo. AustralianIT, July 16, 2008. "The New South Wales government has released its list of 10 preferred records management software suppliers with IBM a notable absentee. The NSW government information asset management systems (IAMS) software panel will comprise of Vignette, Oracle, Interwoven, Alphawest Services, EMC Documentum, ELO, Netcat, Objective, Opentext, and Tower Software..."