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Upcoming Changes in International Data Retention Legislation

For companies that operate in international jurisdictions, it is vital to stay up-to-date on legislative actions that affect data retention policies and compliance. This allows companies to make internal adjustments as necessary and to avoid costly sanctions and other harmful penalties for non...

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Big Governance and the Politics of Self-Regulation

When we win new customers who doesn’t want to go public? it’s easy to think in external terms. No doubt the proposal team’s dancing in the end zone. And who’s inspiring them to spike the ball more – the hometown fans or the dejected opponents? However, once that...

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Records Management Programmes

***The views expressed in this article are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer*** I recently had some thoughts as to why we "do" Records Management. I have been a practising Records Manager for some time now and I thought it would be useful to "go...

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Technology Misuse or a Lack of Common Sense

While having lunch today, I was reading an article by Eric Zeman of Information Week Titled “Cell Phone Driving Ban: Good Idea ?” and the thought crossed my mind that this is perhaps not a misuse but lack of common sense in relation to use of great technology which caused the...

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Knowledge Trumps Fear: Four Steps to E2.0 Compliance

My last post was all about fear: I looked in detail at how the growth in discoverable content types, the increasing complexity in the technology landscape, and the lack of regulatory guidance have all come together to make embracing E2.0 a risky proposition for many organizations. But as I...

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