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Book Review: The Executive’s Guide to Navigating the Information Universe

In the latest book from well known RIM and IG writer, speaker, and author, Randolph Kahn, he hits home what executives need...

Book Review: Records and Information Management 2nd Edition

April 22, 2020 Dr. Pat Franks is a well-known teacher and author throughout the Record and Information Management (RIM)...

Indiana County Running out of Storage Space

As reported by the Journal Review, Montgomery County in Indiana keeps their records back to the 1800s and is running out of...

AIEF Research Deadline Extended until Nov 30

CALL FOR RESEARCHERS – TOPIC: THIRD PARTY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS

Gorbea pushing to move historic state documents out of flood plain

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Thousands of Rhode Island's most historic documents sit in a rented building, and one of...

How is tape backup doing in 2019?

Industry experts say tape isn't going away and the technology is actually improving. The problem, they say, is vendors aren't talking enough about this 'old-school' backup method.

Talking Shop with Tejoury

Salman Alsudeary discusses his business and the unique RIM market in the Middle East.

2019 Storage Technology Showcase – Dallas

The 2019 Storage Technology Showcase which will be held in Dallas, Texas from March 12 - 15, 2019 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention...

Storage is Like Toilet Paper — Calline Sanchez, IBM

by Joh Toigo - June 6, 2018 Usually, I don’t expect such candor from industry insiders, but I was delighted to hear Calline Sanchez, one...

How to Store Maps

MARCH 23, 2013 BY CAITLIN DEMPSEY Hallie Pritchett, the head of the Map and Government Information Library at the University of Georgia presented on the care and...

RECORD BREAKING AMOUNT IN TOTAL TAPE CAPACITY SHIPMENTS ANNOUNCED BY THE...

Ongoing shipment trends demonstrate tape technology’s continued role in the ever-growing storage landscape in 2017

Dealing with Disaster

Despite the frequency and incredible costs of natural disasters, companies do their best to cope