1 Records Management and SharePoint 2013 SHAREPOINT MANAGEMENT, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN Bob Mixon Senior SharePoint Architect, Information Architect, Project Manager Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
2 Bob Mixon Principal, Senior SharePoint Architect, Information Architecture, Project Manager Implementing SharePoint solutions since 2001 Led the implementation of more than 100 enterprise-class SharePoint DMS, KMS and RMS solutions Specializing in architecture, information architecture, library science, design, implementation, BPM/BPA, governance and user adoption SharePoint Blog Microsoft SharePoint MVP 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
3 Agenda What is Records Management? Records Management Lifecycle SharePoint In-place Records Management SharePoint Records Center SharePoint ediscovery Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
4 Dispose Create What is Records Management? ISO standard 15489: 2001 defines Records Management (RM) as the field of management responsible for the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use and disposition of records, including the processes for capturing and maintaining evidence of and information about business activities and transactions in the form of records. Defined as the creation, retention and scheduled destruction of an organizations physical or electronic documents A record is defined as: Physical or electronic entity (document) Entity that represents proof of existence Required to support legal obligations or the transaction of business Complies with records management lifecycle Hold Retrieve When is it important to implement a records management solution? When you have documents that require retention for legal, business or regulatory purposes When you need to lock-down documents from being edited When you need to archive or dispose of records once retention has been met Corporate and/or regulatory compliance requirements ediscovery and holds; locating and protecting records related to litigation Store Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
5 Balancing Act Balance design and implementation with ease of use and governance Don t expect all employees to be records managers Remember if it s not intuitive and easy to use, users will either not use it or use it incorrectly Design & Implementation Ease of Use & Governance Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
6 Fail or Succeed at Records Management HOW TO FAIL AT RECORDS MANAGEMENT Make records schedule and management complex Don t integrate your records management requirements with processes Depend on staff to evaluate content, accurately declare as correct record type, and accurately add all needed metadata HOW TO SUCCEED AT RECORDS MANAGEMENT Simplify records management schedule Educate users Integrate records management with content management workflow Use default metadata values Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
7 Records Management Lifecycle The records management lifecycle consists of discrete phases covering the lifespan of a record; from its creation (or identification) to its final disposition. The most common phases for a record include: Creation and Identification Governance, policies and procedures for the creation and identification of documents that are to be managed as records. Classification Applying information architecture techniques to support retention/disposition plans and aid in retrieving records for legal, business and regulatory purposes. Storing and Securing Coordinating access to records; internally and externally. Archiving and Preserving Providing a storage archive for records, securing them before eventual permanent destruction. Retrieving and Tracking Retrieving records to support ediscovery and case management, tracking the life of a record. Destruction Providing a means of permanent record destruction. Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
8 Records Management Lifecycle (1) Creation and Identification Document policies and procedures to support your specific records management initiatives SharePoint must be configured to identify documents that are records and become records Use content types, metadata, policies, workflow, content routing, in-place records and records center Educate content owners where and how to store/manage their content and how to declare content as records Better yet automate records declaration using normal document management processes ROLES Records Management Team responsible for the management of all records in organization Legal, records librarian, custodian Record Owners typically a business user who has been identified as the owner of specific types of records Record Owner Manager Manager of record owners Record Site/Library Owner Administrator of a records management site and/or libraries Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
9 Records Management Lifecycle (1) Creation and Identification Identify documents that are to be managed as records Use a Records File Plan and Retention Schedule RETENTION & DISPOSITION RULES RETENTION ID CATEGORY DEPARTMENT MEDIA RETENTION STAGE 1 (years) DISPOSITION STAGE 1 RETENTION STAGE 2 (years) DISPOSITION STAGE 2 CONTRACT LEGAL LEGAL Electronic 7 Archive 2 Destroy NOTES SALES CONTRACT VENDOR CONTRACT LEGAL SALES Electronic 7 Destroy N/A N/A LEGAL PROCUREMENT Electronic 7 Destroy N/A N/A Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
10 Records Management Lifecycle (1) Creation and Identification Identify documents that are to be managed as records Use a Records File Plan and Retention Schedule FILE PLAN RECORDS DESCRIPTION RETENTION ID ALLOW MANUAL DECLARATION AUTOMATIC DECLARATION NOTES Customer Sales Contract Contractual product sales agreements between us and our clients. SALES CONTRACT Yes [Today] > [Contract End Date] Before a sales contract can be declared a record, it must be approved by the Sales Manager or delegated Sales Content Management Custodian. Vendor Contract Contractual agreements between us and our vendors. VENDOR CONTRACT Yes [Today] > [Contract End Date] Before a vendor contract can be declared a record, it must be approved by the Procurement Manager. Corporate Policy All corporate policy documents published and made available to our employees. CORPORATE POLICY Yes [Policy Published to Employees] = True Each time a corporate policy is published, a copy is declared a record (in our record repository). Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
11 Records Management Lifecycle (1) Creation and Identification Retention Policy Example Declared + retention period Declared (but active) -> Inactive + retention period Holds block disposal (no destruction allowed while record on hold) Customer Contract Example Contract End Date triggers retention approval Sales records manager approved Workflow submits record to records center Records center manages retention and disposition rules Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
12 Records Management Lifecycle (2) Classification Apply Information Architecture techniques to support consistent storage, management and retrieval of records Create SharePoint content types to support record document types Use metadata to support findability and workflow triggers Store metadata at collaborative level to reduce input during record submission Use auditing to record events Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
13 Intranet PMO Enterprise Search Records Center Records Management Lifecycle (3) Storing and Securing Use a single records destination Will contain many records center site collections, sites and libraries Include source library URL (metadata) in records Group records of similar classification Audience avoid item level security Sales Contracts, Vendor Contracts, Policies, Run Books, Projects, etc Destinations (Logical) Governance Content declared as records should not allow modification of any type If modification is required, store a new version of record Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
14 Records Management Lifecycle (4) Archiving and Preserving Records can have one to many retention schedule phases Example: in-place hold (active) -> inactive route to records center -> hold for 3 years -> route to archive hold for 7 years Archiving can move records to an archive repository Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
15 Records Management Lifecycle (5) Retrieving and Tracking Enterprise Search Aggregation content query, content search ediscovery Record auditing Move/copy, delete/restore, check-in/check-out, edit, open, view Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
16 Records Management Lifecycle (6) Destruction Destroy all instances of record Including links in source (collaborative) libraries Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
17 Implementation and Automation (1) Standard Taxonomy (Information Architecture) (2) Centralized Content Types, Metadata, Retention Schedule, Policy & Disposition Workflows Term Store Content Type Hub Records Libraries Content Organizer (3) Apply Content Types (4) Content Routing Rules Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
18 In-Place Records Versus Records Center IN-PLACE RECORDS Records remain in original location Users can easily find and use records Security and retention can be overridden by site administrators In-place records are not part of a central repository as such, they will be deleted when the site is deleted RECORDS CENTER Records are moved to a special records center location Record is no longer stored in it s original location; can be accessed in many ways (link in original location, search content search, etc.) Security and retention are centrally managed by records management administrators; compliance and legal Records are stored and preserved centrally Rarely an either or use Most often use is a combination of both Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
19 SharePoint In-place Records Management Places hold on document, cannot be edited/deleted Records are managed in their original location Can be used for records requiring hold while still active (in collaboration environment) Supports an in-place records management lifecycle Once inactive Remove in-place hold -> route to appropriate records center Records will be deleted when site is deleted Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
20 SharePoint Records Center To serve as a central repository to store and manage your corporate records; such as financial and legal documents. Supports the most common 6 phases of the Records Management Lifecycle Can be customized to support more elaborate records management lifecycle needs Supports content routing (content organizer rules) Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
21 Records Management Process Document to be Uploaded to Records Center Document Uploaded to Drop Off Library SharePoint Records Center Drop Off Library Documents routed, from the Drop Off Library, to a Legal Destination Library once all routing rules are met. Legal Destination Library Legal Destination Library Legal Destination Library Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
22 Drop Off Library The Drop Off Library is the initial library where all documents, that are to become records, are uploaded. In most business scenarios, the Drop Off Library has versioning disabled Documents will be held in Drop Off Library until routing condition(s) are met Documents will be routed, from the Drop Off Library, to a destination record(s) library when specific rules are met. These are know as content organizer rules. Content organizer rules are executed based on administrative configuration settings Drop Off Library is not a point of content collaboration Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
23 Uploading/Sending Documents to a Drop Off Library A Drop Off Library is based on a standard SharePoint Document Library All means provided to a standard SharePoint Document Library can be used: Upload a document and drag-n-drop a document Send To Configure Send To records center In many scenarios there can be too many Send To items; consider a central Records Center Hub and custom workflow for routing Matching metadata will be copied to drop off library The more metadata being managed at the collaborative level reduces the metadata input requirements at the time of record submission Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
24 SharePoint Records Center Best Practices Governance Federated governance model Ownership every record should have an owner Records Management Librarian or Custodian Review and approve records Provisioning process for new records centers Strict rules for content classification Libraries Create libraries to store specific classifications of documents (content types/metadata) Avoid item level security; consider audience during design phase If specialized security is required, use a workflow (reduces error) Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
25 Records Center Hub For larger implementations, consider a Records Center Hub Responsible for the collection and routing of all records IT Project A IT Project B Customer Management Records Center Hub Routing Rules IT Project Records Drop Off Library Vendor Contract Records Customer Contract Records Drop Off Library Customer Contract Records SOW Records Meeting Records Time Sheet Records Customer Contract Change Order Records Customer Non-disclosure Agreement Records Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
26 ediscovery ediscovery, or electronic discovery, is the process of discovering electronically stored information that is relevant to legal matters such as litigation, audits and investigations. Though it is called ediscovery, the process typically entails more than just the discovery. Find relevant content Discovery Preservation Place on legal hold Prevent destruction Collect for processing Collection Processing Prepare for review Legal review to support need Review Production Provide to support need (case) Most important for reducing legal processing and review costs. Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
27 SharePoint ediscovery Create a (named) Case for each discovery need Case ediscovery Set Add content sources Refine using filters Query ediscovery Sets Further refine Save/export results Query Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
28 SharePoint ediscovery Cases For each discovery requirement, you create a new case Used to store and manage content sources and filters (ediscovery Sets) Used to store and manage queries; search, store and export content related to case Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
29 Sales Contract Management Design Data Taxonomy - Content Types & Metadata Defined in central content type hub Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
30 Sales Contract Management Design Data Taxonomy - Content Types & Metadata Defined in central content type hub Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
31 Sales Contract Management Design Site Taxonomy Defined in central content type hub Send To Submission Point: Customer Management Sales Department Records Center Customer Contract Documents Drop Off Library Customer Sales Contract Document (Content Type) Customer Sales Contract Record (Content Type) Customer Sales Contract Records Customer Sales Contract Record (Content Type) Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
32 Sales Contract Management Design Contract Document Management In-place Records Management [Contract Start Date] >= [Today] Management Approval Declare in-place record Manual Declaration of In-place Record Management Approval Declare in-place record Send to Records Center [Contract End Date] < [Today] Management Approval Undeclare in-place record Send to records center (leave link) Manual Send To Records Center Management Approval Undeclare in-place record Send to records center (leave link) Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
33 Sales Contract Management Design Contract Record Management Applied Retention and Disposition Policy Rules (Stages) Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
34 Questions Please contact me to discuss your SharePoint Records Management needs! Copyright Protected by 2013, 2014.
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