Re: Locating buried documents?
I'd argue that the business rules Diane spoke about have to be
established and set in place BEFORE implementing a content management or
document control solution. Otherwise, you're just kidding yourself and
wasting a lot of time and money installing something that the first user
who decides to hit Ctrl+C from your document and Ctrl+V in a blank MS
Word document can completely undermine with a few keystrokes. Control
your users first. Only then can you effectively control your documents
and your content.
See http://tinyurl.com/p6ccv for an approach that does not presume control of users.
See http://tinyurl.com/q4no9 for an approach where users were well controlled (but pre-Web, so the design is filesystem-oriented).
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RE: Locating buried documents?: From: Nuckols, Kenneth M
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