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  • Expunged records still accessible in Virginia database

    The Virginia Supreme Court's Office of the Executive Secretary recently admitted that it still possesses copies of expunged records that were overlooked during the initial expungement process. Assistant executive secretary Edward Macon says he doesn't know how many files have been erroneously kept and does not necessarily know where they are.

Spotlight: New York governor Cuomo changes state worker email retention policy

New York's governor put an end to a hotly debated policy that allowed state workers to delete their email after 90 days.

GAO reports most federal agencies are working to improve records management

A new report from the Government Accountability Office reveals that most of the 24 federal agencies it reviewed are taking steps to meet the requirements necessary to improve the state of their records management. Only five were found lacking, due to missed deadlines rather than willful non-compliance.

Will advancements in learning management systems make the grade?

The learning management system industry is projected to top out at around $7.8 billion by 2018, fueled largely by the fact that as much as 99 percent of educational institutions use some form of LMS in their teaching environment.

UK Hospital plans to digitize 71 million pages of medical records

The Royal Free Hospital in North London wants to be paper-free and that means digitizing over 71 million pages of records. While not all companies that implement paper-reduction strategies face such a daunting task, there are still some valuable takeaway messages from how Royal Free is managing the process.

Create consistent customer experience on mobile apps with Liferay Screens

Liferay, the company behind the content management product Liferay Portal, announced this week the launch of a new tool to help companies create native apps for iOS and Android.

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