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....

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....

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....

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.....

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....

How We're Responding to the WannaCry Ransomware Attack

On Friday, May 12th, a massive ransomware attack hit computer systems at private companies and public organizations around the world. Some sources say WannaCry - also known as WannaCrypt, Wanna....

How to Comply with Rule 17a-4

In January, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) released its 2017 Annual Regulatory and Examination Priorities Letter to inform firms about weaknesses in regulatory programs and....

Why (and How) You Should Apply Data Redaction to Your Business

In May 2015, hackers accessed approximately 114,000 Internal Revenue Service accounts and obtained personal information. By February 2016, the IRS reported that number grew to 724,000.

What to Do if Your Organization is in a Storage Crisis

A crisis may be defined as an unplanned event, situation or sequence of events having an undesirable consequence. And many organizations may have plans for such scenarios in departments like....

Information Governance Part 2: Top 10 Reasons You Need an IG Process in Place

In part two of our two-part series on information governance, we're here to tell you why you need a robust IG system in place.