Records Management News & Analysis
| Thursday Apr 11, 2013
In the last post, I called it like I seen it: SharePoint out of the box can’t do records management. 2007, 2010, 2013 -- none of ‘em left to their own devices are worth much when it comes to automating the retention and (more importantly) disposition of your records according to the retention schedule.
| Tuesday Apr 9, 2013
Let’s start this admittedly provocative post with a question: Anybody out there actually doing records management in SharePoint?
| Wednesday Apr 3, 2013
Last week, new research from AIIM showed that despite everything, the paperless office is further away that it ever was. Research just published by Adobe today confirms this, even if the majority of managers questioned in that survey do not like paper in their business processes.
| Tuesday Apr 2, 2013
It may have been a holiday weekend in some places, but it was still busy in the document management space. This week we took a look at the paperless office and records management, Accusoft upgraded Content Connect to v7, AvePoint improved governance in SharePoint online, while Zoho integrated new email capabilities with its CRM app.
| Tuesday Mar 26, 2013
The paperless office appears further away than ever before. According to recent research from AIIM we are using more paper records than ever before, there are still significant problems capturing and storing information for records and, even worse, senior management is sticking its head in the sand and ignoring the inherent risks in these practices.
| Thursday Feb 21, 2013
SharePoint governance and infrastructure management technology provider AvePoint is releasing DocAve 6 Service Pack (SP) 2. This latest version of AvePoint’s enterprise-class management platform for SharePoint governance includes expanded SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 support.
| Tuesday Feb 19, 2013
By the second month of your electronic records management (ERM) implementation, the project plan has been curtailed several times. It happens regardless of your industry or the company you work for. Despite the beauty, simplicity and elegance of your critical path, one or more surprises will suddenly appear.
| Tuesday Jan 15, 2013
Now that the holidays are over and the gifts budget is spent, does the world seem less burnished and a little darker? It shouldn’t, information professionals, because we know January is really the most wonderful time of the year.
| Thursday Jan 10, 2013
We’re heading into earnings territory at the end of the month, and we’re expecting a good show from OpenText again. We only mention this because OpenText has a habit of introducing something tasty before earnings release. This time is no exception with the announcement that OpenText Tempo Box and OpenText eDOCS DM are available for Windows 8.
| Thursday Jan 3, 2013
Your electronic records management project is planned down to the last detail. In month two, it's time to distribute the message throughout your organization that this implementation needn't be a huge strain on the organization’s resources.
| 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.