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  • Electronic and Physical Records Management: Why a Combined Approach isBest Practice

    Mark Mandel


    When many organizations make plans to implement Records Management, they focus on electronic records exclusively. Other organizations that are heavily paper based may focus on physical records management. Best practice using current technology is to combine both approaches into a common Records Management platform.

    The ideal paradigm is one that allows users to search for records without regard to file type or media.   If the result is an electronic record and the user has the correct permiss...

  • So Much Innovation, So Little Time

    Patricia Burke

    Ever think that progress is moving ever faster in today’s world—that technology is taking us places faster than our imaginations can envision?  Well, our Innovation Tour Panel in Washington, D.C. last Wednesday not only reinforced the truth of that notion, but threw in a few even bigger ideas.  Our topic was how Enterprise Information Management enables agencies to better perform their missions and we heard of many agencies finding that to be true.

     

    If it wasn’t clear that the value of conve...

  • Part II: Rolling in the Deep: Navigating Compliance and Information Exchange

    Janet Luisser

     

    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act

    In the first part of our blog series, Rolling in the Deep: Navigating Compliance and Information Exchange, we discussed a Healthy Knowledge of HIPAA where we broke down a few simple tricks to making murky compliance issues a bit clearer. In Part II, we’re delving into the complicated regulations of the finance industry with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, or as we like to call it, we’re here to help you with:

    Sorting Out SOX

    What is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)?  After the ...

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