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Records Management News & Analysis

A Look Back at Document Management in 2010

At the end of 2010, it is hard to make any simple analysis of document management in the enterprise. By its nature, it is closely related to enterprise content management and as a result reflects many of the problems afflicting the ECM industry.
 

OpenText Releases eDOCS 5.3, Lays Foundation for 2012 'Major' Release

OpenText-Logo-2011.jpgOpenText (news, site) has finally released v5.3 of its eDOCS DM, which the company is describing as a significant upgrade to the eDOCS portfolio and, more importantly, lays the groundwork for the next major release of eDOCS, which has been earmarked for 2012.

Autonomy Offers Information Governance to Healthcare

autonomy_logo_2009.jpgThere is growing product-based evidence that vendors are either designing or adapting software for specific tasks and verticals. Today’s release of Auminence by Autonomy (newssite) and the application of IDOL to the healthcare vertical is a case in point.

GRC Roll-up: Dell Secures Hosted Email, BMC Automates GRC

This week, Dell shows that it is serious about developing its SaaS offerings with new email security software. CommVault extends its Simpana software, while BMC has automated its GRC processes on its BSM platform.

Archiving Everything is Not Information Governance Sanity

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The amount of information building in organizations today forces us to put in place smart information governance policies. Simply archiving everything is not a feasible or an intelligent plan.

One of the biggest information governance drivers today is eDiscovery. With eDiscovery pressures management now has the ability to create a solid business case for refining information governance practices: reducing the volume of records flowing into eDiscovery systems translates into real cost savings.

But creating an information governance plan is no easy task. Consider for starters that most of the involved groups don't typically talk to one another.

Enterprise CMS and Information Management firm Open Text, along with Forrester Research Senior Analyst Brian Hill, is holding a mock eDiscovery meeting on November 16th at 2pm Eastern time. The event will bring together key players from IT, legal, Records & Information Management and the executive team to hash through strategies for meeting requirements while reducing current pains.

Along with a discussion about the current state of information management, this light-hearted session will examine many of the serious issues organizations face when trying to manage the mounds of information they're responsible for. 

This event is designed to help you understand the concerns of different groups and provide solid guidance for creating an information governance strategy that works for your organization.

The bottom line message is that it's time to get smarter -- stop archiving everything and utilize the proven business case to support a more discerning governance strategy. Reserve your seat for this session and learn how to take the next steps towards governance sanity.

EHR Outsourcing Challenged By Privacy & Efficiency Concerns

The 2009 US Stimulus Act is implementing changes in the way healthcare providers use electronic healthcare records (EHR). By 2011, eligible providers and professionals will get benefits by implementing EHRs, and those who fail to adopt qualified EHR systems will have their Medicare payments penalized. This is seen as an opportunity by developers and service providers that offer outsourced services, such as software development and records management. However, privacy concerns might come in the way of offshore companies winning contracts from healthcare companies.

The Intersection of Content Management and Social Business #Alfresco DevCon

alfresco-devcon-header.pngHow do you relate to a packed room of developers? Talk about Monty Python and the Holy Grail, of course. And that’s exactly what John Powel, CEO of Alfresco did. By comparing the Brave Knights to content application developers, he articulated companies’ ongoing need to penetrate impenetrable fortresses.

Autonomy Bounces Back, US Acquisition Still in the Works

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg Following the market trading of October 6th, there has been some concern about the fate of Autonomy (news, site) when its shares plummeted by 16%, raising speculation that it would fall prey to one of the many predators out on the market at this time.

However, with the release of its Q3 figures, which show a rise of 10% in revenues, compared to the same quarter last year, to US$ 211 million and confirmation that a major acquisition will be announced this fall, the future looks brighter than some analysts were predicting earlier this month.

Document Management Roll-up: Acrobat Integrates SharePoint, Gov Wastes US$ 15.4 Billion on Search

It’s been a veritable document management feast this week with new releases from Adobe for better PDF use, Cabinet NG upgrading its CNG-WEB, tweeting for records management and Microsoft upgrading its Docs.com for Facebook. Meanwhile, Uncle Sam just keeps wasting money through pointless searches. In fact, across all releases this week, the common theme seems to be effective document search.

Information Governance Framework Key for Backup and e-Discovery

commvault_logo_2010.jpgCommVault (newssite) unveils a complete redesign of its Simpana software, offering improved access and retention to your enterprise's vital data.

Varonis Offers Exchange Email Audit and Tracking

varonis_logo_2010.jpg Varonis (news, site)  has been dealing with unstructured data for a long time, so the extension of its DatAdvantage software to Microsoft Exchange is a logical move given the spread of Exchange deployments globally and the growing evidence that email management is still being neglected across most enterprises.

Interest in Records Management Rises, Email Still Badly Managed

Recently, we took a look at records management in SharePoint in which we cited research from AIIM that showed spending on records management is set for a major increase. That research has now been published and shows that while records management is a major concern for enterprises, the real bad boy in records management is email management.

GRC Roll-up: RSA Sees GRC Moving to Cloud, AIIM Outlines Records Management Concerns

This week RSA identifies a number of new trends that will increase the pressure on companies to look to the cloud for new GRC solutions. While security concerns have always been a concern in cloud deployments, there is no shortage of companies like Agiliance to offer solutions for this, while Applied Discovery has added document review to its hosted services.

Document Management Roll-up: IBM Offers Cloud BPM, Bye-Bye Office 2010 Beta

This week, IBM announced that it will be offering cloud-based business process management that will be able to manage everything from expenses to document approvals without any on-premise software. We also took at look at what SharePoint 2010 has to offer in records management, while Office 2010 beta gets ready to wrap-up.

Has Records Management in SharePoint 2010 Improved Enough?

With considerable anticipation and a blaze of publicity SharePoint 2010 was released in May. Included with it was new and improved records management functionality designed to fill SharePoint 2007’s weaknesses on this front.

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