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.
E-discovery attorney Ralph Losey suggests information governance as we know it has about another five to ten years of life left in it before it's no longer worth the trouble.
IBM announced the release of IBM Enterprise Records v5.2, the latest version of it's ERM application. It sports a new user interface designed to reduce the number of clicks needed to complete records management tasks and improve overall efficiency.
Larry Dignan, ZDNet' s Editor-In-Chief, says enterprise mobility management is a thick soup of components that range from security to document management.
Ellie Pilmoor, a Portsmouth (UK) News reporter, recently went behind the scenes at The Association of Chief Police Officers Criminal Records Office, or Acro, to learn more about how its records management systems keep residents safe.
Government transparency and Freedom of Information Act laws are great--until someone has an axe to grind.
Open data is a big part of government transparency initiatives throughout the world but Senior Public Sector Specialist Victoria Lemieux says data quality issues could hamper even the best intentions.
The House has approved an important piece of legislation that makes it a crime to destroy federal documents and records, including email and other official communication. The Federal Records Accountability Act, introduced by U.S. Rep Mark Meadows, passed unanimously.
South Dakota sure has an interesting statewide policy regarding email retention in its governmental offices: delete with extreme prejudice.
There's a lot of activity surrounding the implementation of electronic health records but one thing that doesn't get talked about much is who owns the data EHRs contain. One would assume it's the patient. One would be wrong.