In short, social media composes new challenges for both IT and legal departments...But in spite of numerous privacy laws, as employee you would do better to play it safe an exercise caution in what information you share
Since LTFS tapes can store large volumes — LTO-6 tapes can store up to 8 TB of data — LTFS is growing in popularity for the use cases of accumulating large pools of company data for analysis
I’m interested in SharePoint because it's a technology that enables organizations to transform how they connect and communicate, work and work together, and manage process, projects, and information. What gets me excited about it is the impact it can have in our professional lives and the affect it can have on organizational culture and people -- similar to how technology is changing the social interactions in our personal lives
However, in September 2011, I could not resist but bookmark a very interesting article...In football, UAE would have been proud to be on the same status as Italy or Spain
There is a conversation that keeps repeating every time I'm speaking at a SharePoint event, it's the question of "where do I fit in"?
A common topic of discussion in my classes and at various speaking engagements is how digital patient records are here and there is no place to hide from it
Having RIM sit with IT to explain RIM’s wants/needs (in whatever language they choose) is, in a word, crap...When Marketing wants to migrate from one platform to another, RIM/IT needs to be in those meetings TOGETHER
A lovely discussion happening in the ARMA LinkedIn group...In my defense, the failing Canadian company officially changed their name to Blackberry late last year or early this year. :-)
Then try to put an EQUAL NUMBER of representatives of the business in the room...Make the policy known by whatever means are appropriate in your organization
I want to expand a bit on my previous post and start with an overview of governance in the social media era
Content is our crown jewels—our only option is to do everything we can to protect it and make sure it is used in authorized ways
I understand the user's perspective of being able to work with their data in the cloud and being productive, etc. What about this enterprise class data in the cloud from the legal perspective?