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

Justifications for Software Upgrades

Recently, Microsoft made waves in the corporate world by announcing that they were shuttering support for their popular operating system, Windows XP. Despite widespread adoption of Windows 7 in recent years (with 54% of current OS market share), the now … Read More

Elements of an effective information governance strategy

Recently, I’ve been investigating ARMA certification as an Information Governance Professional (IGP). Needless to say, there is a substantial amount of material outlined in the DACUM curriculum for that program, but I’ve learned that there are a series of core … Read More

What is eDiscovery and why should anyone care?

Trying to explain the purpose of eDiscovery can be a daunting task; just a few weeks ago I’d be hard-pressed to provide an adequate explanation. After working at Sherpa these past few months however, I have come to acknowledge just … Read More

White paper: How to use IBM Connections for projects & more

How many projects have you worked on that consisted of endless meetings with no clear next steps, ongoing email threads that were hard to follow and water cooler talk that left others out of the conversation? While all of these … Read More

IBM Connect 2014: Attendee survey results (Free infographic)

Earlier this year at the IBM Connect show, we decided to survey the show attendees to get a feel for their business needs, what they forecast for their business in 2014 and more.  From these results, an infographic was created for your … Read More