Every organization has sensitive data that is especially important to protect. Files containing Personally Identifiable Information (PII), for example must be guarded against data breach or accidental loss.
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Dr. Stephen Hawking stated that one can theoretically pull data out of a black hole, but does that mean you should store your data in the most efficient storage device in the universe?
What does it take to become (and remain) a highly effective records manager? Records and information manager roles are adapting to adjust to the ever-changing business environment. This post lays out five habits that highly effective records managers focus on every day.
Starting an information governance program within your organization can be an intimidating project. The first thing to consider is that IG should encompass the entire enterprise to be effective. Let's highlight a few areas to get you off on the right foot.
1. We already have a File Plan and our policies and disposition are well defined. Why do we need SharePoint Information Governance?
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Wells Fargo, RBC Capital Markets, LPL Financial and others a total of $14.4 million for a records management problem. This risk and compliance issue may have allowed company and customer records to be altered.
Why is Change Management Important when Implementing an Electronic Records Management (ERM) Solution?
Change is inevitable when an organization deploys new technology and based on my experience, the management of that change is often the reason for failure to adopt the new technology. By nature, most people don't like to change, and change is often threatening, especially to employees that have been in their roles for a long time.
The traditional logic would indicate that storing data on-premises in a private datacenter would be safer than in the cloud. However, that's not always the case. In fact, depending on the scenario, the cloud is indeed much more secure and reliable.