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Opinion: RM and eDiscovery Converge!

Upcoming deadlines to comply with the 2012 Managing Government Records Directive and growing eDiscovery demands, along with the accelerated pace of new technology adoption are changing the records management landscape and bringing together records managers, legal and IT in a transition towards a broader Information Governance (IG) strategy that integrates records management and eDiscovery processes. 724 more words


Deleted Tweets Are Still Discoverable

Oscar Pistorius was quizzed Monday about a tweet he sent months before fatally shooting his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in which the Olympian discussed going into “full combat recon mode.”

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To find or be fined? That is the question.

What do human resources teams, internal audit teams, investigators and regulators have in common?

When an employee makes an allegation against a company, the HR team often needs to trawl through troves of cluttered archives to find relevant emails. 444 more words

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When Information Becomes a Liability

A while back I wrote a couple of posts (one and two) about attempting to value information as an asset, carried on the balance sheet. 327 more words




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Don’t Get Discouraged, You Absolutely Can Grasp Information Governance

In a world awash in data, the time is right to take action and start embracing information governance. 1,099 more words

Email, the Godzilla of the Enterprise

I attended the Greater Washington, DC ARMA Spring Seminar recently and was able to participate in a lot of discussions around governing email. Even after all these years, many organizations don’t have email under control. 613 more words


Quantrix Customer Montana Associates Featured on Sandhill.com

Quantrix is known for its many uses in business and finance, including for its ability to develop ad hoc scenarios that provide insight for business decision making and for its ability to develop comprehensive… 180 more words

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