Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13

IT 380 Electronic Document and Record Management

Introduces the concepts and technology of electronic document and records management systems. Discusses how digital data, electronic records, and electronic document management are vital in organizational efforts to assure comprehensive recordkeeping in today’s digital culture. Topics include business and legal concepts, computer storage media, techniques for transforming paper to electronic records, the impact of data formats on electronic documents, and the selection of software to manage documents and records. The course describes how to address records retention, disposition, retrieval, and data protection in an organizational environment that produces volumes of electronic records through e-mail, office desktop computer files, and data in corporate databases. Methods are presented to assure that accurate, authentic, and trustworthy records can be preserved. The course addresses specific applications of this technology including medical records and e-discovery. Prerequisite: IT 310. (3)

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