MER

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MERMars Exploration Rover (NASA)
MERMercredi (French: Wednesday)
MERMerchant
MERModulation Error Ratio (digital communications)
MERMerrill Lynch (stock symbol)
MERMercoledì (Italian: Wednesday)
MERMercator
MERMonthly Energy Review
MERManagement Expense Ratio
MERMaputo Elephant Reserve (Mozambique)
MERMedical Evidence of Record (US SSA)
MERMutual Evaluation Report (various locations)
MERMiddle East Report
MERMultichassis Ethernet Router
MERModule Error
MERMobile Equipment Event Reporting
MERMinimum Error Rate
MERMean Explicit Rate
MERMobile Edge Router
MERManagement Economie en Recht (Dutch)
MERMinistry of Education and Research
MERMarketing and External Relations (various locations)
MERMedical Examiner's Report (insurance)
MERMiddle East Region (Society of Petroleum Engineers)
MERMid-East Realities
MERManaging Electronic Records
MERMedical Education and Research (exam)
MERMain Equipment Room (various organizations)
MERMedical Education Resources (Littleton, Colorado)
MERMarket Exchange Rate
MERMedicaid Estate Recovery (est. 1995)
MERMedication Errors Reporting (healthcare)
MERCastle Airport
MERMinimum Equipment Requirements (sailing races)
MERManagement Evaluation Report
MERMaterials and Electrochemical Research (Tucson, Arizona)
MERMission Evaluation Room
MERMultiple Ejector Rack
MERMAC Encapsulated Routing
MERMuseum Education Roundtable (Washington, DC)
MERMedia Efficiency Ratio (advertising)
MERMaximum Efficient Rate
MERManagement-Employee Relations (USACE)
MERMentoring and Coaching
MERMethylenetetrahydromethanopterin Reductase
MERMaximum Effective Range
MERMechanical Equipment Room
MERMonthly Economic Review
MERMarketing Education Review (journal)
MERMarketing Expense Ratio (finance)
MERMathematics and Education Reform
MERManpower Estimate Report
MERMajor Expenditure Request
MERMessage Error Rate
MERMelamine Ether Resins
MERMarine Environmental Response (US Coast Guard Marine Safety Office)
MERMinimum Energy Requirements
MERMonitoring, Evaluation and Research
MERMain Engine Room
MERManagement and Employment Relations
MERMouvement Européen de La Ruralité (French: European Countryside Movement)
MERMaximum Error Rate
MERMedical Expense Reimbursement
MERMental Health: Evidence and Research Team (WHO)
MERMcDaniel Executive Recruiters
MERMinimum Educational Requirement
MERMileu-Effect Rapportage
MERMinimum Essential Requirement
MERMiscellaneous Expense Report
MERMaintenance Evaluation Report
MERMission Essential Requirement
MERMinimum Energy Route
MERManpower Estimate Relationship
MERMITEC Early Release
MERMerchant Shipping Control Plan (US Navy)
MERMulti-Echelon Reporting
MERMaritime Environmental Response
MERMarriage Enrichment Requirement (Marine Corps chaplains)
MERMitigated Emergency Receiver
MERMinor Element Ratio
MERMaterials Examination Report
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Yet many features of the book--the lack of references, key terms highlighted in bold, the inclusion of a glossary--indicate that Managing Electronic Records is a textbook, intended for students and new records managers with little to no experience.
It is the combination of ERM software with source applications that delivers solutions for managing electronic records.
The AIIM survey revealed that 37 percent of companies surveyed indicated that the department or employees responsible for managing electronic records report to the chief information officer/IT, and a full 20 percent said their RM function is responsible to no specific department.
Another key realization is that delivering the potential benefits of managing electronic records to your organization depends not on ERM technology, but on employees managing their content properly before it is declared a record, or destroyed.
Attendees will learn about managing electronic records and suggested strategies for "going electronic" in their organizations, as well as how to manage paper records, film-based records, and records on all media successfully.
While most organizations have programs that address paper records, these same organizations commonly fail to develop similar programs for methodically managing electronic records and other digital information.
The focus will be on trends and solutions as opposed to product features, making this a must for anyone involved in managing electronic records and information.
Often, the capabilities required to deliver seamless solutions for managing electronic records content cover the receipt and processing of records for archival; storage, preservation, and persistence of archived records; and, access, retrieval, redaction and dissemination of archived records.
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