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RIM Subject Matter Expert Needed

The hiring of a RIM subject matter expert (SME) specifically to represent and advise members of the PRISM International division was one of the...

10 Tips to Get the Most out of ILTACON 2018 Plus a Bonus

August 8, 2018/in Community, People / by Gayle O'Conner via ACEDS I’ve attended more tradeshows over the years than I can count. Making the most of your time...

Staffing and Collaboration for Digital Archival Projects

Staffing needs for digital projects depend on the project’s size and complexity. Training existing staff members to work on digitization projects is a critical...

A Ph.D versus a Doctorate Degree? A journey towards a Doctorate in Information Assurance

My educational journey has been a long and interesting one.  But this little vignette concerns my experience with researching and starting my Ph.D. I have...

CANADA IS USING ANCESTRY DNA WEBSITES TO HELP IT DEPORT PEOPLE

By Tamara Khandaker Jul 26, 2018 In another example of the extraordinary lengths Canadian immigration officials go to deport migrants, the Canada Border Services Agency has been...

You are a Certified Record Manager…now what?!

“CONGRATULATIONS! The ICRM Part 6 examination has been graded, and the results indicate that you have passed!” What?  What does that say?  I had to...

Hackers Breached Virginia Bank Twice in Eight Months, Stole $2.4M

Hackers used phishing emails to break into a Virginia bank in two separate cyber intrusions over an eight-month period, making off with more than...

Top 5 Unexpected Consequences of GDPR

June 7, 2018 | Written by: Richard Hogg The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is finally here, promising to put individuals back in control...