Legal and Regulatory Requirements for Electronic Records Management

Information GovernanceBlog
We live in the time of an overwhelming Information boom where the vast majority of information is created and maintained in electronic form. Electronic documents and electronic signatures are constantly used for business transactions worldwide. Many records that are still

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Evolution of Records Management: Steps to Keep Pace with the New Notion of Information Governance

Information GovernanceBlog
The concept and importance of records management is evolving. Mitigating risk and ensuring compliance remain important parts of the mix, but organizations are now beginning to adopt a different approach to information governance; one that is also seen as a

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Managing Legacy Paper Files in the Digital Era

Information GovernanceBlog
Like many organizations, you are probably facing a mountain of file cabinets and boxes, years’ worth of records and documents, with a level of uncertainty of what information lies within. This begs the question Where do I even start? Here

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Privacy Compliance Demystified

Information GovernanceBlog
Among the recent whirlwinds around data privacy, the fines and rumors of fines doled out in Europe under the GDPR, the vague mandates insinuated under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), big news data breaches and near-universal confusion as to

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Data Destruction: 4 Tips for Staying Compliant

Information GovernanceBlog
We live in the “Information Age” where unprecedented amounts of digital data are created at the root of information, and this deluge isn’t slowing down. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the digital universe is growing at 40% a

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