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20 February 2009


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Max Mkhize - M

Yes it does, but is not only the value of information, it is what information is and how vital it is for the organisation. For example i work in the NHS, it seems Information Governance is paramount and taken seriously than Records Management. I guess its the law aspects in it, (fear of the unknown) I find that sad as they work hand in hand and without Records Management, Information Governance wouldnt work.

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