A Pair of Foundational Concepts

The following is an excerpt from the ARMA Guide to the Information Profession. Words matter and word choices matter. In any profession that is looking to move forward in maturity, there are often vernacular issues that make gaining a comprehensive...

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Attorneys Respond to Delaware Court’s Affirmation That Emails and Texts May Constitute Corporate Books and Records

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In reporting on recent actions in the Delaware courts, WilmerHale attorneys Stephanie C. Evans and Alan J. Wilson remind organizations to carefully manage all evidence of communications among boards and directors, whether it comes in traditional formats...

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How to Break the Mold of Negativity Around IM Policies

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Most people associate IM policies with notions like requirements and restrictions. Those connotations are unfortunate because that’s not what writing rules is about. Written properly, rules are primarily about getting clarity and about target...

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The Next Internet: Will it Serve the Public’s Interest?

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The Next Internet has arrived. The Internet of previous years has been replaced by a new iteration that is profoundly changing the digital landscape. In Becoming Digital: Toward a Post-Internet Society, Vincent Mosco introduces the Next Internet by...

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Why Information Architecture is Vital to Information Governance

Whether you are migrating petabytes of content from an obsolete enterprise content management (ECM) platform to a modern content management system (CMS) or just looking to make your intranet less awful, it’s time to get started with information architecture...

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