ARMA International, a non-profit resource for information governance, announced that it formally supports the recent passage of the Presidential and Federal Records Act Amendments
Now that World Paper Free Day has wrapped up for the year, AIIM has released a timely report that takes a look at the state of paper use in the workplace and what, if any, progress is being made to move toward paper-free processes.
It almost seems counterintuitive to not save every shred of paper that may be relevant in the event of future legal proceedings but, eQ says strong information governance policies can actually decrease the amount of paper that businesses are required to retain.
Records management firm Iron Mountain announced beginning in early 2015, all the storage boxes it provides to customers will be outfitted with RFID technology.
Online publisher Say Media rolled out a new content management system named Tempest recently.
Take a look at 5 good reasons to have a content management system.
Microsoft announced this week that as of early next year, Lync will become Skype for Business. The software giant is scrapping Lync in order to leverage Skype's "hundreds of millions of users" in its voice and video conferencing. But don't worry, this new offering is actually a hybrid of the two.
When it comes to the enterprise vote, Box wins hands-down with its wonderfully dependable regulatory compliance shining brightly against Dropbox's ruleless reign. But there's a reason Dropbox remains so popular among users: design that is user-friendly.
To censor or not to censor, that is the legal and ethical question.
Last year, The Washington Post set out to find an easier way to make author pages rather than using its clunky CMS to do the trivial task. According to a post in Poynter, that led to the development of a new platform designed specifically for this task. The engineers named it Pagebuilder because it made making page templates a breeze. It became very popular among the reporters and editors at the Post, and now it has taken on a life and evolution of its own.
Jake Sorofman says that "for content marketers, there's useful inspiration in hewing to newsroom habits." Does this mean there should be a lot of copying and pasting from news media? No, he says. It's better to organize like newsrooms.
Shared Services Canada's planned email migration, which was already delayed once, may be on the verge of further setbacks as some starting dates for the project's various components slip to early 2016.
Many eCommerce companies amass loads of customer intelligence with the intent to blend it into other existing content and then repurpose it for future customer engagement. The trouble is, only about half of companies actually implement any kind of personalization system on their customer-facing websites.
Drupal's latest cyberattack may have affected as many as 12 million websites, leaving security experts concerned that similar future exploits could create a ripple effect compromising thousands more sites.
Information governance software vendor RSD announced the availability of a free version of RSD GLASS Policy Manager designed to help companies create new policies to govern their data and intellectual property.
Forget credit cards, what hackers really want is your health history. That's according to an article at Reuters which takes a close look at the latest ways criminals exploit vulnerabilities in electronic medical records.
The AIIM community has designated Thursday, November 6, 2014 as World Paper Free Day. They'll make a donation in your name to the Arbor Day Foundation in exchange for filling out a simple pledge form and they're even offering digital badges to display on your websites and email signatures so you can help spread the word.
Forrester Research VP and Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond says more developers are choosing open source solutions these days to avoid the "hurdles" of proprietary software.
A Nebraska prison records administrator's job is under review after his mismanagement led to the premature release of nearly 200 prisoners, further highlighting the need for better records management training and policy enforcement in agencies that deal with governmental infrastructure.
Text analysis tech company Equivio announced a partnership this week with Nuix, a company that helps workers make "fact-based decisions from unstructured data." The pairing appears to be aimed at gaining a greater foothold in law firms and government agencies like the U.S. Department of Justice, already an Equivio customer.