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autoclassification

Contributor(s): Brian Holak

Autoclassification is a set of technologies that make it possible for documents to be categorized without human intervention. 

Autoclassification can be a feature in a content management systems (CMS) that scans a document and assigns it a records management classification code based on the content within the documents. The autoclassification process can save users time and money by using algorithms to identify specific keyword in context within a document. Autoclassification provides consistency which can make document retrieval faster in the event of an audit or regulatory compliance review.

This was last updated in November 2014

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