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Records Management News & Analysis

New Public Sector Records Managers' Challenges: Transparency, Participation, Collaboration

When was the last time a definition of records management left a person feeling inspired? August 24, 2012 just might be that time.

Document Management Roll-up: Archiving Functionality for SharePoint, OpenText's Results

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.

Alfresco Records Management 2.0 Provides Granular Controls, Mobile Access

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.

Solving Problems with Authority and Sharing: Developments and Prospects #saa12

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.

Partnerships New and Old: Preservation in the 21st Century #saa12

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.

AIIM: Enterprises Not Completely Happy With SharePoint

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.

Web Archiving: Selection, Capture, Preservation, Marketing #saa12

While archiving web pages may not spring to mind as one of the duties of an archivist, organizations are increasingly recognizing the value of keeping records of websites and social media sites to provide snapshots of their public face and context for other assets.

Digital Forensics for Archivists #saa12

The Society of American Archivists (SAA) 2012 annual meeting, Beyond Borders, began Monday, August 6 in San Diego with strong pre-conference sessions. I attended Digital Forensics for Archivists (DFA), a course focusing on specific tools and services that archivists need to use for their work with digital archives.

Welcome to the Content Marketing Olympics

Successful content marketing has been likened to running a marathon and not a sprint. Creating good content that targets the right audience doesn’t happen overnight, but requires continuous training and development. As such, we’re taking a cue from the Summer Olympics and are introducing eight key content marketing events for which you should be actively training in order to achieve Olympic level success. Go for the Gold!

Google Talk Goes Silent, Suffers From Major Outage

gtalk.PNGGoogle's video and chat software appears to have fallen off the cloud today, with a technical and widespread outage. With no immediate sign of restoration, Google is working on the problem. Are you experiencing issues with the service? Let us know. 

Ripped From the Headlines: How to Not to Manage Records in 2012

It’s time for a reality check on the information and records management profession.

Cloud Computing's Latest Growth Market: Healthcare

Forget Obamacare. There's something big happening in the healthcare industry, and it seems there is a silver lining to this cloud. Studies say that security, regulatory and privacy concerns might get in the way of cloud computing in the healthcare industry, although this sector is set to grow in the medium term. Cloud computing in healthcare is projected to grow to US$ 5.4 billion by 2017.

Dell Pays $2.4 Billion for Quest Software

Quest_logo_2010.jpgDell has announced it is buying Quest Software, a diverse IT infrastructure company, for US$ 2.4 billion.

What's Working in Social Business: The White House's Digital Government Strategy

In 2012, the federal government is getting into the social business game.

iDatix New iSynergy 4.5 Offers Mobile App for Forms Management

idatix logo 6612.pngOn your smartphone, you open an electronic expense report that is already pre-populated with your basic information. Then you photograph your receipts, which are automatically attached. That vision of reimbursement nirvana is one of the ways that iDatix foresees how its new mobile app will be used.

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