Implementing Your Records Repository

The future depends on what you do today.

—Mahatma Gandhi

How do you archive and manage records you need to retain? The first of the key criteria requires a destination, typically a records repository, to archive and manage records within. In this chapter, I provide guidance on how to plan and create a Records Center in SharePoint 2013. I also discuss how to design workflows to process your records, how to audit and report on records, and how to manage in-place records. Finally, I share techniques to optimize your disk storage design for archival content.

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