Editor's Corner

  • A look inside the results of the 2015 Forrester and ARMA IG survey

    For the past seven years, ARMA International and Forrester Research have teamed up to take the pulse of records and information management experts and pin down their thoughts, ideas and most pressing concerns. The results of this year's survey are in and Forrester analyst Cheryl McKinnon shared a few of them in the September/October issue of ARMA Information Management Magazine.

Senate leader calls for delay of Stage 3 EHR regulations approval

Lamar Alexander, chairman of the committee overseeing the federal electronic health record program, is asking the Office of Management and Budget to delay its final review of the Stage 3 regulations until early 2017.

Doctors spending more on EHR tech, but is it worth it?

A new report from the Medical Group Management Association reveals physicians across the US spend an average of 34 percent more on technology now than they did four years ago. The spending increase isn't all that surprising, but the fact that it's only gone up 34 percent is.

Webtreepro wants to be the CMS darling of franchises

Web CMS vendor Primero Systems announced this week the launch of Webtreepro, a content management system designed to address the unique needs of franchises and other multi-site companies who need reliable tools to keep their branding consistent, no matter where, when or how corporate content is used.

Acquia secures $55M in funding

Digital experience company Acquia announced Monday that it has secured $55 million in venture capital, a scant 16 months after nabbing over $50 million in its last round of funding. The company plans to funnel the cash into its global operational efforts as well as to bolster sales, marketing and product development.


Report: IT's faith in ability to protect data is abysmal

Data and file protection is arguably one of the most important jobs IT pros have, yet it's one of the things they feel least confident about doing properly.


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The average annual cost of cybercrime in the U.S. jumped 20 percent this year, topping $15 million per company, according an annual study conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP.


Hackers stole and published over 15 gigabytes of data from Patreon's website, consisting of password hashes, donation records and source code. Based on CEO Jack Conte's explanation and various reports dissecting the hack, here are some lessons that CIOs and IT managers may want to bear in mind.