7 factors that every executive should know about information destruction and 3 key strategies to improved information destruction.
On November 28, 2011, President Obama released a memorandum that required all federal agencies to assess the state of their current records management programs, identify gaps and create a detailed improvement plan for submission to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). In response, NARA issued the Records Management Directive on August 24, 2012. This directive represents the first time since the Truman administration that the subject of government records has been given such a high priority. While the focus in the late 1940s and early 1950s was on managing paper records — in particular vital records, we look to a future of records and information management in which electronic records are at the forefront whether they are vital, archival or temporary
See how you stackup against your peers with this review from over 4,000 professionals on the state of physical and electronic records management best practices.
In this report, you will learn some of the top reasons to outsource, such as reducing costs, optimizing resources and gaining efficiencies.
Throughout this paper, you will have the opportunity to learn about the depth and breadth of Iron Mountain Security Practices in the following areas: Information Security; Physical Security, Safety and Business Continuity; and Investigative Services.
These best practices guides feature Iron Mountain’s proven, six-step methodology — a framework that has been successfully implemented by more than 3,000 customers — for developing, implementing and sustaining an information management program.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the federal statute governing the protection of patient information, has been a part of the healthcare landscape for years. Now that same landscape is changing rapidly with the growing adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
Social media is all around you. From tweets to blogs to Facebook® postings, millions of people are interacting through social media every day in both their professional and personal lives. From a business perspective, these online social outlets present you with a real opportunity to connect more closely with your customers, prospects and partners. But when you open up these new channels for regular usage — without understanding the potential implications — you can create risk and face a slew of records management considerations.
The amount of information your organization has to manage is growing at an incredible pace, creating new challenges every day. On the one hand, you’re tempted to retain as much data as possible for fear of losing critical information. On the other, there’s the danger of maintaining expired information, which opens you up to operational and financial risks.
Learn the keys for thriving in a hybrid records world. John Mancini, president of AIIM , and Richard Reese, chairman & CEO of Iron Mountain, will share industry trends, best practices and actual examples to help you become a more effective information manager.
Often created by committee and revised endlessly, contracts can be challenging to track. Of all the documents you manage and archive, these deserve special attention. Your business depends on it.
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