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chapters 17/18 – From our weekly chapter reading, digital preservation can be defined as the long-term, error-free storage of digital information,  with means for retrieval and interpretation, for the entire time span the information is required to be retained.  Though this assessment holds true to the authors, business organizations continue to face significant challenges in meeting their LTDP needs, especially those organizations whose primary mission is to preserve and provide access to  permanent records.  Q2: Looking forward, the authors concluded that, there is going to be a  great need for collaboration between both internal and external  stakeholders to develop governance policies and strategies to govern and  control information assets over long periods of time, among other requirements.  For this to be achievable, the chapter has identified one most important consideration that must be met.  What is that consideration?  Identify, and provide a brief narrative to support your answer.

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Chapter 16 – Microsoft’s SharePoint server product dramatically altered  the content and records management (RM) markets.  Crocker (2015), edited  by Smallwood research indicated that previous to SharePoint solutions  were somewhat cumbersome, managed large quantities of documents, and  required extensive implementation efforts for each business  applications.  Given all its stated capabilities, SharePoint may be used  effectively to help business organizations to govern their information.   However, in order to achieve those benefits, the implementing  organizations must take a structured approach to the deployment of its  SharePoint environment.    Q1: Our case study authors have indicated that, for SharePoint  deployments, “an ounce of prevention truly is worth a pound of cure.”   Why is that?  From our chapter reading, identify and briefly state why  the authors were inclined to believe so?