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.
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.
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.
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.
Many e-discovery and compliance policies place the burden of their management on the IT department. Cloud-based archiving vendor Smarsh announced the release of a new product that helps workers manage their own email archives without leaning on IT more than they need to.
Food Safety Magazine takes an inside look at records management in the food supply chain.
It seems the Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska has come under fire recently for what some say is her inappropriate use of text messaging to discuss City Council business.
Alberta, Canada's Premier-Designate Rachel Notley ordered all Alberta government offices to immediately stop shredding documents pending an investigation of improper records destruction. The move comes after an anonymous tip that documents were being mishandled at the offices of the Minister of Energy and Minister of Infrastructure.
Robert Johnson, CEO of customer service software vendor TeamSupport said putting all your eggs in a single managerial basket is a mistake.
Web content management vendor Hippo wants to make it easier for marketing and IT to work together to meet their goals without sacrificing the customer experience.
Alfresco this week announced an update to its Activiti 1.2 business process management tool that blends enterprise content management with BPM, all in a single location. The company also rolled out two new modules for Alfresco One aimed at improving analytics and media management tasks.
A study conducted by records storage company Iron Mountain, Inc. revealed that only one third of federal employees are confident their agency's records are not at risk.
The editorial board of a small-town Texas newspaper makes a great case for why the Victoria County Sheriff's Office should centralize its records countywide.
Most IT professionals can agree that the document-capture tools organizations are most likely to adopt are ones that are the easiest to use. Kodak Alaris rolled out a new version of it's web-based document-capture tool, Info Input, that aims to eliminate most of the hassles users and admins face to deliver a capture tool that "just works."
The federal government is all about finding ways to implement new and strengthen existing its records and information management policies. Unfortunately, while federal agencies keep coming up with fresh ideas, the government haven't been great about coming up with actionable guidelines to implement them.
When it comes to adopting electronic health record (EHR) systems in healthcare environments, there's good news and bad news. Nurses love them and would dislike reverting back to paper-based systems. Unfortunately, they're rarely consulted on EHR system deployments even though they're the ones using them on the front lines.
WordPress continues to dominate the content management system space, dramatically outpacing other well known CMS options like Joomla and Drupal. A new report released by CodeGuard offers an interesting look at the choices companies make about the technology they adopt.
The Illinois Attorney General's office has filed a lawsuit against Chicago-area document storage company FileFax, alleging it tossed hundreds of medical records in a dumpster outside its office. The files belonged to a chain of local healthcare providers that contracted with FlieFax to safely destroy patient files. It's safe to assume throwing them in a back alley trash can wasn't part of that agreement.
Enterprise data services vendor CTERA calls the newest release of its flagship data protection platform it's "most ambitious product launch ever." CTERA Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.0 is designed to provide a comprehensive set of tools for managing, accessing, protecting and governing enterprise data and files.
Document processing outsourcing isn't a new fad. It's been a staple of modern business practices for years and helps companies deal with document management tasks ranging from scanning to printing and points in between. A new report sponsored by AIIM and Swiss Post Solutions reveals that 57 percent of businesses support the outsourcing document processing tasks, but not every organization is comfortable sending their processes offshore.