File Management and Information Retrieval Systems: A Manual for Managers and Technicians

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Libraries Unlimited, 1981 - Business records - 193 pages
An up-to-date and simple how-to approach to computer records management. The author emphasizes the importance of a procedures manual for any information management endeavor, and sets guidelines on creating one. Detailed case studies illustrate the principles discussed, and the author includes credible speculation about future developments in this area. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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