GDPR May 25th 2018 Reminder – Is It Worth The Risk?

GDPR May 25th 2018 Reminder – Is It Worth The Risk?

Have you taken action to comply with the E.U.’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) yet?

If not, now is the time to get started. Organizations doing business in Europe or with European customers must be in compliance with this robust data security law by May 25, 2018.

We previously laid out the basics of GDPR compliance in a previous blog post, but what GDPR really does is...

Why You Need to Optimize and Archive SAP

Why You Need to Optimize and Archive SAP

If you haven’t changed or updated the Systems, Applications, and Products (SAP) your company uses to process data in a while, they could be overwhelmed and perform inefficiently.

Your Objective: Optimize your SAP platform for performance, accessibility, compliance, and records management.

Our Solution: Our unique archive solution allows you to...

Seven Key Questions Every Information Officer Must Answer

Seven Key Questions Every Information Officer Must Answer

At the most basic level, an information officer is responsible for managing and analyzing information. But the information management process is much more complex than that.

The flow of information throughout an organization should be reliable and productive; it should support internal and external demands, and follow secure business processes. A successful information governance strategy should streamline business practices by...

5 Steps to Addressing a FOIA Request

5 Steps to Addressing a FOIA Request

Last month, we discussed what government agencies need to know concerning to a FOIA request (including the rules, regulations, and responsibilities you have to follow).

A FOIA request can be extremely broad or painfully precise; it’s all up to the person or entity requesting the information. But it’s something you must put at the top of your priority list, if one comes in, as any type of litigation or government-related work usually has a very...

Is Records Management Dead?

Is Records Management Dead?

Traditionally, records management involved manual dragging and dropping of files into folders and manual metadata application—all of which followed standard taxonomy rules and retention schedules.

These days, technology has kept up with...