Yes, this is the right blog…

It's a new year and we've given our blog a makeover! Along with a new look, you'll notice there are also some new features. So what's different and why did we do this? We wanted to make it easier for you to do more things on our blog. Things like find all posts we've ever... Continue Reading →

2015 Unwrapped – QSA-style

Thank you to everyone who visited QSA and participated in our now annual end of year wrap-up! We were pleased to greet 27 guests from 14 different agencies. To those who were unable to make it, start making plans for next year! Don’t worry though if you missed the celebration, as here’s a wrap-up of... Continue Reading →

It’s our 1st blogiversary!

I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m ready to party like the 1961 Lands Department Recreation Club (above). Why, you ask? Records Connect is turning one! That’s right, we’ve now been blogging for an entire year. That’s 37 posts covering all sorts of topics ranging from social media to MOGS to a complete overhaul... Continue Reading →

Our house is your house

Over here! Over here! We have moved our recordkeeping blog site over here! The Government Recordkeeping team have moved all of their content from the main QSA blog over to our very own dedicated recordkeeping blog. “Why?” we hear you ask.  So we can talk about all things records till we’re blue in the face!... Continue Reading →

Keeping records together celebration wrap-up

Thank you to everyone who joined in our first Keeping records together celebration on Wednesday 17 December.  We hope you had a great time and thank you for your feedback and participation. Did you miss the celebration? Never fear, here is a wrap up of the morning! On arrival, our guests registered, grabbed their Christmas name badges... Continue Reading →

Social media sandpit

Two words: social media. It’s a problem for government recordkeepers. Do we trust the Facebooks, the Twitters and the Flickrs of the world to manage our information for us? They feed on data after all, provide the best platform for viewing and accessing that information, and aren’t likely to disappear anytime soon. Or do we... Continue Reading →

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