Defensible Disposition Program: Article One—Let’s get down to Basics

For as long as there has been communication and work, there has been a means of documenting and tracking it. Sales receipts, pay stubs, tax documents, letters, memoranda, and beyond all have value at one time or another. Sometimes, those records need...

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What’s Next in Information Governance? Continuous Audit and Analytics

While it has been said that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for information governance (IG). – What is less often said, but equally valid, is that one-off approaches to IG are no longer recommended. IG cannot be a thing that you do once and...

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Which Records Should We Retain in Paper? A Global Guide to Media, Location, and Transfer Compliance

Just tell me which records we must retain in paper! This is a common frustration among records managers and information governance (IG) professionals. Those responsible for maintaining and producing records want to retain or transfer their records...

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New Podcast Series Focuses on the Careers of Women Leaders in Information Governance

Launched this July, The Women Leaders in Information Governance podcast series features the career stories of successful women in the IG profession. Lynn Molfetta, Information Governance Strategist | MC Bernstein Data and Katie Tall, Marketing Manager...

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How the Pandemic Can Affect IG in Positive Ways

We are in the midst of some major societal changes because of this pandemic. Whether you are struggling with staying at home or struggling with having to go to work, one thing is sure — we are all learning new ways to work with the resources we have....

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Sanctions for the Loss of Ephemeral Messaging

ARMA is pleased to provide access to an article originally published on BloombergIndustry.com. Just how “ephemeral” are so-called ephemeral messages?  In this article, former United States magistrate judge Ronald J. Hedges and Gail Gottehrer explore...

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