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University of Oregon to start new Records Management Program

Check out the link below for their blog post as well as link to project website. https://around.uoregon.edu/content/work-underway-new-records-management-program

Webinar: What the ‘IG Maturity Index Report— 2020’ is Telling...

Description from registration site: Are organizations making sufficient progress in developing information governance (IG) programs? How can you determine if your...

Zasio Enterprises Adds New Web Browser Interface to Leading Electronic Records...

Check out the blog post here about their amazing new feature.

Hundreds of confidential Georgia files discovered landfill…in 2020 via North Augusta...

Yes, the title is snarky! Recent records found in a landfill in 2020! Check out this story here.

Whistleblower: Lives Lost, Billions Wasted Due to Government Records Management Failures...

“About seven or eight years ago, I came to the conclusion that I couldn’t support it anymore. And I couldn’t support it anymore because I knew that not only had I never seen one record in a production environment enter into a DOD-certified repository, I’ve never even seen any of those applications successfully deployed. So they’re empty.”

Data Management: A cheat sheet from TechRepublic

Big data is the backbone of modern business, but before it can be used, it has to be properly managed. Here's an overview of the ins and outs of data management.

Record Retention a key component of privacy and cyber compliance program...

The Data Protection Report provides thought leadership on emerging privacy, data protection and cybersecurity issues, and helps its readers proactively address risks and anticipate next steps in this crucial emerging field.

The ICRM announces updated exams and prep material

The ICRM has announced updates to exam parts and resources for passing the exam. Check out their exam...

NARA to shed more light on paper records phase-out through updated...

By Jory Heckman | @jheckmanWFEDDecember 5, 2019 7:03 pm  3 min read Check out the article here where NARA's Arian Ravabakhsh...

The Evolving Impact of Company-Owned Devices in Records Management via Zasio

Zasio discusses the impact of CCPA, GPS locations, banking information, and text messages on mobile devices. Further, Warren Bean, Sr. Sales...

San Jose State Grad Earns the IGP and compliments his MLIS...

“Being in the information age, the records field is genuinely exciting right now. There are really no limits to what your career path can be. I’ll never run out of things to do, to investigate or implement.”

The ICRM partners with University of Toronto (SCS)

RIM students can now use their credits to become a Certified Records Analyst (CRA) through the UoT program. Check out the...

Blockchain Technology and Recordkeeping report available via AIEF

This comprehensive report is available to you via the AIEF.

AIEF Research Deadline Extended until Nov 30

CALL FOR RESEARCHERS – TOPIC: THIRD PARTY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS

ARMA Infocon 2019 starts and ends strong

ARMA Infocon2019 was action-packed from start to finish.  Below are some highlights and other noteworthy moments from the conference. Excellent...

Strategies for the Preservation and Production of Audio Recordings via Lexology

A large manufacturer of consumer products invests in new technology to record, store and analyze customer service calls. A key feature of the technology is that it uses machine learning and other forms of artificial intelligence to help the company track features of its communications with its customers and improve the customer service system. After a few years of operation, the company collects tens of thousands of hours of audio data. The company is sued regarding its consumer practices, and the plaintiffs issue document requests seeking all communications between the company and its customers regarding certain products. The general counsel seeks advice on the company’s obligations to produce the stored audio data and how best to review the data to identify responsive communications while limiting the costs.

Electric company PG&E to pay $65M over claims it falsified records...

By KAMARA DAUGHTRY Sunday, October 6, 2019 9:14AM California's Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has agreed to...

ICO provides records management checklist for data protection self-assessment

The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy...

Why blockchain works for records management by GCN

by Cecil (CJ) John - August 21, 2019 Records management is one of four blockchain business initiatives that can...

Record Abandonment – Identify RIM Provider Alternatives? – by PRISM International

Who pays the bill when the company declares bankruptcy? When a practitioner retires and/or meets an untimely death–who pays the RIM service invoice? What about the outstanding invoices when a practitioner closes a “single practitioner” office and joins a large consortium practice or medical school? As an example, who pays the invoice for those boxes of records sitting on a shelf in the record center (when he indicates he no longer needs them)?

Jesse Wilkins of AIIM provides advice on how to handle records...

A great article provided by our friend Jesse Wilkins at AIIM. Read here.

New OMB/NARA Memorandum on Transition to Electronic Records

July 1, 2019 By Arian Ravanbakhsh, Posted In General, Senior Agency Official For Records Management Late last week, the Office of Management and...

The Importance of Being Permanent

The effect of the word permanent “is rarely pure and never simple” when it comes to records management....