Wayne Wong
January 2012
Information Management Journal;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p21
The article presents information on data atlas. The profession of records and information management (RIM) is undergoing a bigger regulatory pressure for audits, security, privacy compliance and retention management. A data map provides information on information required by organizations, keywords and metadata to be indexed with search text and retrieval. The term data map has a very different meaning in the information technology (IT). The term map generally indicates a graphical depiction. A data atlas is a collection of maps, tables, charts, lists, supplementary illustrations and analyses.


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