Colligo Blog: Data Compliance

Christian Buckley on the Role of Email in Records Management

Christian Buckley on the Role of Email in Records Management

Today’s guest post is authored by Christian Buckley, globally-recognized Microsoft MVP, author, and technology evangelist. He is the founder and CEO of CollabTalk, an independent research and technical marketing services company. Follow him via @buckleyplanet. Christian explored these concepts further as our expert guest speaker on our webinar: Mastering Knowledge and Records Management in Office …

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What is the GDPR? – A Primer for RIM Practitioners

What is the GDPR? – A Primer for RIM Practitioners

We’ve all heard of the European Union (EU)’s pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and know it will have a major impact on how businesses around the world handle private data. What will this mean for Records and Knowledge Managers? In our first of a series of posts on GDPR we explain the key points …

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3 Key Forces for Government Records Management in 2018

3 Key Forces for Government Records Management in 2018

Record Management is Hot and Getting Hotter in DC A quick scan of the national headlines on any given day will reveal how much current scrutiny there is over record keeping practices within the US Federal Government. This may seem unusual, but this is more than just a temporary tempest that will soon pass. It could …

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The Older the Fiddle, the Sweeter the Tune – SharePoint Turns 16 in Dublin at the European SharePoint Conference 2017

SharePoint was on display a few weeks ago in Dublin Ireland at the European SharePoint Conference 2017. And, while it’s now 16 years old, SharePoint just keeps getting better and better, prompting me to quote the old Irish saying “The older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune.” I had the pleasure of attending the conference, …

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Where Paper Records Come up Short in Responding to FOIA Requests

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Paper-based records keeping is the stalwart standard for many government organizations. For years this method has proven reliable, but it is becoming sorely outdated from a practicality and efficiency perspective, especially now that US government agencies have to respond to over 788,000 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests annually. So much of our correspondence and …

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Getting Started with Records Management in SharePoint: Three Questions to Consider

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Our contributing experts: Riyaz Lakhani and Tom Ng As with many facets of our lives, the availability of promising new technologies is profoundly transforming records management. This transformation is ongoing; many organizations are still using tried-and-true paper-based records management methods. But the shortcomings of this approach are becoming increasingly problematic for both compliance and organizational ... Continue reading »

Information Governance Is a Team Sport

Who’s responsible for information governance? That is a good question. Information governance is, in fact, a team sport. Governance, as expected, starts at the top with the board of directors. Generally, governance policies are established to serve business goals and manage risk. Governance is driven from the business and its strategic initiatives to ensure that information ... Continue reading »

6 Business Drivers for Information Governance

In today’s rapidly evolving digital business environment, compliance certainly remains the top reason driving organizations to bolster information governance, according to AIIM. But in a recent webinar with KM World – Taking Information Governance to the Next Level – I discussed 5 additional reasons that enterprises are investing in governance. While compliance is the number one driver, there are ... Continue reading »

Rethinking Governance as a Competitive Weapon

In a recent webinar with KM World – Taking Information Governance to the Next Level – I urged knowledge managers to rethink governance as a competitive weapon in today’s digital business environment. Taking a modern approach to information governance (ahead of your competition) by ensuring that the right information is made available to the right ... Continue reading »

Join us this Thursday at the AIIM Virtual Conference on Information Governance!

Do all businesses need to comply with GDPR?

Join us online this Thursday, July 20, 2017 for a FREE virtual conference. AIIM – the premier association representing nearly 200,000 information management professionals – is hosting the 2017 Virtual Event: Information Governance. In today’s rapidly evolving digital workplace, modernizing your information governance strategy is a must. AIIM has gathered the foremost experts who will …

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