Records Management News & Articles
| Friday Dec 7, 2012
For records and information managers (all of us) to collaborate. I would also like to see more mentoring from the older generation. -- Mimi Dionne, Owner, Mimi Dionne Consulting
| Monday Nov 26, 2012
I love the smell of dry-erase markers and whiteboard cleaning solution in the morning … in the afternoons … in the evening … on weekends … in my sleep …
Electronic records management is not for the faint of heart.
| Monday Oct 22, 2012
HP Autonomy still has a ways to go to reform its own finances, but financial businesses that need help getting their Dodd-Frank compliance in order can now turn to one of the leaders in information management.
| Monday Oct 15, 2012
The records retention schedule’s daily use is in decline.
| Thursday Oct 4, 2012
How can the explosion in social media communications conform to compliance requirements? Compliance solution provider Smarsh has launched Archiving & Compliance for Salesforce Chatter, that might just make it a little easier for companies to meet those standards.
| Tuesday Oct 2, 2012
The records and information management profession gathered once again at the annual ARMA conference, held September 23-25 in Chicago. As with last year, a joint survey by ARMA and Forrester Research echoed frustrations felt throughout the records management profession and sounded a warning note for the profession.
| Tuesday Sep 25, 2012
It's a busy time in the document management world. The Microsoft Exchange Conference returns after 10 years as Microsoft gears up for the new Office 2013 release, HP uses Autonomy’s IDOL for information governance, AvePoint offers governance in SharePoint, FileTrail extends SharePoint’s records management, and Alfresco releases a new synching tool for enterprises.
| Thursday Sep 20, 2012
Last year Iron Mountain sold off its digital assets to Autonomy. Then Autonomy got gobbled up by HP and we thought that was that. But any fears that Iron Mountain exited the information management space can be put to rest by today’s announcement of its new records management product that works with SharePoint.
| Thursday Aug 30, 2012
OpenText is one of a number of enterprise information management companies that has led the charge on providing content management for specific verticals. This week, it focused on the legal industry with the release of OpenText Tempo Express.
| Tuesday Aug 28, 2012
When was the last time a definition of records management left a person feeling inspired? August 24, 2012 just might be that time.
| Wednesday Aug 22, 2012
There were a few notable moves in the document management space recently. Among them is a new archiving solution for SharePoint form ArcMail, Alfresco released a new version of its records management solution, DocuLex upgraded ArchiveStudio for MFPs, ABBYY upgraded FlexiCapture, while OpenText announced that it had a good year.
| Monday Aug 20, 2012
Alfresco announced its next generation Records Management 2.0 platform, and the updated system now fully integrates with Alfresco Enterprise 4 including more granular controls, mobile access and email features.
| Wednesday Aug 15, 2012
The Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC) project is an ambitious one that seeks to locate records of historical importance across repositories and make them available to patrons on a massive scale. Our panel updated us on its fascinating progress. Look at what we records and information management professionals can do.
| Friday Aug 10, 2012
Working with many of the techniques of Digital Forensics, Digital Preservationists are moving to the forefront in many institutions, bridging the gap between archivists, technologists and records managers.
| Thursday Aug 9, 2012
While recent research by AIIM indicates that at least 70% of organizations have deployed SharePoint in some shape or form over the past year, the way it is being used and the reasons it is being deployed in the first instance, are as many as there are enterprises using it.