Using Classification in your Information Governance Strategy

I recently returned from the ARMA 2014 show in San Diego. Aside from a chance to visit this beautiful city, it was a great opportunity to connect with our customers and industry professionals within the records management community, and also … Read More

See you in booth #932 at ARMA 2014!

This weekend, we will be attending the ARMA Live! Annual Conference and Expo. Unlike last year when we launched the KISS (Keep It Sherpa Simple) campaign and handed out 7 oz. Hershey Kisses, we’re going with a different approach. ARMA … Read More

10 things to know about Electronic Records Management

Electronics Records Management, often referred to as ERM, or the newer Records Information Management (RIM) are an essential part of a business’ compliance effort. The ability to digitize records saves time, money and physical space, but it is not without … Read More

[Off-the-Topic] Top 10 reasons why you should visit Disney World in Fall/Winter 2014

Didn’t have the time off from work for a summer vacation? Scared that the crowds would be too much for the family, especially while trying to fight through it in 90-some degree weather in a humid place like Orlando? I … Read More

Preserving MRM Features in Exchange 2013

Exchange 2007 was a watershed release for Microsoft’s messaging platform. Along with several new architectural features, it introduced governance capabilities in the form of Messaging Records Management (MRM). MRM was an ideal solution for many organizations that required formal oversight … Read More

Credit card fraud with Apple Pay

I read a recent New York Times article mocking Apple’s new Apple Pay system; Apple is promoting the convenience of the new system (something the Times article quite humorously calls into question), but there’s also a considerable security component to … Read More