Due to the evolution of the quick electronic records and the nature of some of the legacy records management systems, many organizations have followed the path of using different systems and different policies to manage electronic and physical. While the governance and processes around managing these two types of records can be quite different, there are benefits in managing them under a single policy using a federated solution.
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