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Records Management News & Analysis

Stand Up to Big Data: Trends, Best Practices for Information Management

IELOGOsmall.gifChances are, when you’re talking about managing information, the word "big" works itself into the conversation. Big data is everywhere and it’s not going anywhere. No matter how hard you try, you can’t ignore it, so you might as well stare down the barrel of the big data gun and make the most of it.

SharePoint 2010: "The Elements of User Experience"

Jesse James Garrett quietly published the second edition of his requisite “The Elements of User Experience” last year, almost ten years after the first volume issued. Reading his book in light of today’s SharePoint governance plans is a fascinating hindsight exercise.

DAM Lowdown: Age of Big Data, Metadata for Government, DAM Product Updates

Last weekend, The New York Times ran an interesting article about big data’s impact on the world. If you didn’t already think big data was cool, you will after reading this article. We also look at recent product updates and the important role metadata plays in the government.

DAM Lowdown: Bowling Assets, Video Files, HPC, Clustering, Managing Photos

Product updates, a look at moving digital assets, how Brunswick Bowling and Billiards leverages Widen's DAM solution and how 50 Kaliber Films manages 20,000 video files.

E-Discovery Announcements Abound in Time for LegalTech NY #LTNY

E-Discovery Announcements Abound in Time for LegalTech NY #LTNYLegalTech New York 2012 is only days away, but announcements are rolling out beforehand in anticipation. This week, Nuix, a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including e-Discovery and electronic investigation, announced that it will be launching and showcasing its latest e-Discovery and Big Data solutions during the conference.

Issues Remain With Federal Electronic Records Management Mandate

It’s not every day that you get to meet with the Former Director of Modern Records at National Archives and Records Administration. But when you do, the topic of discussion is bound to drift toward the Federal Mandate for Electronic Records Management.

Selling SharePoint 2010 to Your Enterprise

Communicating how your organization may implement SharePoint 2010 best is a very delicate message. Clearly communicating the value for every department, while acknowledging their different needs, is an important step in the implementation process. Introduce the language below to market gingerly towards the user community and the project implementation team. Intersperse these phrases in tandem with less records jargon-specific terms.

Information Management 2011: Analytics, Business Intelligence, BPM

Information management in the enterprise has clearly been a matter of considerable concern over the past year. Even leaving aside SharePoint 2010 (which we will look at in another post), interest in it has been intense. Here is a list of subjects that appear to have hit the spot. There are dozens more that could be included, but these are the ones that caught our attention.

12 Document Management Moments, 2011: Content Chaos, Office Suites, SharePoint

The end of another year in document management, and what a year it was. There really was something for everyone from SharePoint, to HP and Autonomy, from open source to enterprise CMS. Here are some of what we think are the highlights of the year. Undoubtedly you’ll have others, so let us know and maybe we can get a second list up and running in the New Year.

HP Adds Autonomy's IDOL to TRIM Records Management

HP Adds Autonomy’s IDOL to TRIM Records Management The announcement that HP was buying Autonomy earlier in the year caused a lot of consternation, not least because of the US$ 10. 2 billion price tag. No one was really sure where the money would be recouped. The release of TRIM 7.2 built with Autonomy’s IDOL gives some idea of where HP is going with all this.

Advice for Complying With Federal Mandate for Electronic Records Management

Work for the government? If so, you have received a direct order from our commander-in-chief to get your records in order. Two weeks ago, President Obama gave federal agencies four months to come up with a plan to reform records management by moving to electronic records management systems. So what now?

OpenText Adds Auto-Classification for Records Management

OpenText Adds Auto-Classification for Records Management One of the biggest problems with records management is that if you don’t classify documents in a logical and consistent way, you might as well not have records management software. OpenText has taken the pain out of classification by introducing auto-classification that uses OpenText’s content analytics engine.

3 Data Access Problems, 6 Ways To Achieve Full Data Governance

Everyone that uses the web knows that it's a wild, wild world out in hyperspace. But there’s other places that are equally wild, and positively dangerous for your data -- and most of them are in your enterprise. A recent white paper by Quest outlines three of the major problems, and six simple solutions to solving the problem of data governance.

Index Engines Fuels Intelligent, Cost-effective Archiving Solutions

IELOGO.gifLooking for a powerful engine to drive your information management efforts? Need an additive so you can search, manage and retain sensitive documents, files and emails like a well-oiled machine? Introducing Octane Version 4, Index Engines’ major new release.

GRC Roll-up: IBM's Governance with Algorithmics, OpenText Upgrades

This week IBM announced that it has finally closed the Algorithmics deal that,  among other things, gives it financial governance software, OpenText upgrades its records management for email, StoredIQ adds a records management module, and Mitratech looks at legal IT spending.

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