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Identifying Personally Identifiable Information

Data breaches are an everyday occurrence that demonstrate no enterprise or individual is impervious to vulnerabilities. In 2015, there were 781 known data breaches in the U.S., the second highest year since the Identity Theft Resource Center began tracking them in 2005. [1] Between this...

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New eDiscovery Horizons: Employee Personal Devices

When we think about the universe of discoverable records during the course of pending litigation, we usually call to mind all of the business records responsive to the other party’s claim. Most businesses generally assume that the scope of discoverable documents includes only work-related items...

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"Ordnung schaffen & Ordnung halten" | Bericht von der Records Management Konferenz 2014

Records Management Konferenz 2014 - ist das Thema endlich in Deutschland angekommen? Diese rein rhetorische Frage kann man an Hand der diesjährigen Besucherzahlen etwas positiver als noch im letzten Jahr beantworten. Auch wenn das Thema " Ordnung schaffen & Ordnung halten " nicht gerade ...


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How do YOU define Information Governance?

In a recent webinar, the speakers, Steve Weissman , Greg Clark of OpenText and I, were discussing Information Governance and what all that means. But we thought it best to ask the audience what they thought Information Governance meant. Before you get absorbed in reading the replies, here are...

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Metadata: a better way to help users find electronic records

Helping users find electronic records is big challenge, regardless of whether those records are stored on a shared drive, in the cloud, or in an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS). Since there are a number of different ways users can find electronic records, we thought we...

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Cloud security risks slow adoption - but help is on the way

The migration of information to the cloud is largely regarded as the next major step in enabling organizations to work faster, cheaper and more efficiently. According to the Office of Management and Budget, an estimated $20 billion of the federal government's $80 billion in IT spending is a...

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8 Things Your Archive Should Do

Here are 8 of the most important things your archive should do, whether you are considering an on-prem or cloud-based solution. You should weight these according to your situation but it‘s a great starter checklist. The most important high level requirements for enterprise document...

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The Future of Records Management

In all types of industries and businesses, Records Management Departments control, watch over and maintain millions upon millions of records on a daily basis. For many years, records management involved large collections of data using filing systems and typically physical records. However, as we...

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8 Things About Creating Paper Filing Systems – From the Trenches

Our next 8 Things is focused on paper records. However, these 8 pieces of advice work for electronic records too -- except maybe the color-coding bit. Trish Oakes Winners has been a records manager for over 10 years in Alaska and is an AIIM Certified Information Professional. When she isn...

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8 Things About Governance and Social Media

AIIM expert blogger Jeffrey Lewis takes a look at eight reasons why you need to consider governance of your use of social media. Jeff Lewis is a Certified Information Professional and has experience in records management, content management, requirements management, project management and...

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