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...

FOIA 101 What Government Agencies Need to Know

FOIA 101 What Government Agencies Need to Know

At its core, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives individuals a legally enforceable right to access government information. Last year, there were more than 788,769 FOIA requests, and agencies are struggling to keep up (over 115,000 requests are...

Four Steps to Migrate Your Business Email Archive: Part 2

Four Steps to Migrate Your Business Email Archive: Part 2

In part one of our blog posts on email archiving, we outlined why business email archiving is the right investment for companies of every size. It’s a cost-effective way to ensure your enterprise data is properly managed, securely stored and will meet legal and compliance demands. And given the staggering statistic that globally, nearly 2.4 million emails are sent every second, which equates to...

It’s Time to Act NOW to Meet GDPR Compliance…David Bowie Style

It’s Time to Act NOW to Meet GDPR Compliance…David Bowie Style

“Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes… turn and face the strange ch-ch-changes,” were the heart-felt lyrics by David Bowie in 1971 when the world was experiencing a massive change in the pre-computer/internet days. But all may not be so “Hunky Dory” for companies facing GDPR compliance in today’s modern world. And how apropos is it that a famous singer from the UK spoke about changes almost 50 years ago having a global impact that again we face another change from the European Union next year. If your company does business internationally or stores data from European citizens, this will affect you and...

Why Business Email Archiving Is The Right Investment: Part 1

Why Business Email Archiving Is The Right Investment: Part 1

In eighteenth century New England a young Benjamin Franklin was just learning to craft his writing style to better communicate his thoughts to his peers, and what once took Ben weeks or months to convey in the business world back then is now transmitted globally in seconds today. Business communication certainly has changed since then, and the need to store and retrieve the increased volume of business correspondence has evolved as well. How many emails did you personally send and receive yesterday? Globally, nearly...