Archivists and information managers
Moving deeper into the digital world means new ways of creating, sharing and accessing information. Experts in information architecture, risk, preservation and accessibility need to be involved. The end of the information lifecycle is easy to forget about when embarking on a big change, but accountability depends on having the information to justify decisions and being answerable to future generations via digital archives.
Why the contribution is important
End of information lifecycle and archiving of data and information is a crucial legislative and accountability piece of the digital strategy.
by SarahB on October 30, 2021 at 03:24PM