As federal agencies scramble to meet two looming deadlines for records management mandates, they will need to confront the growing challenge of the breadth and scope of electronic interactions generated by their organizations.
We know that big data is a big issue. Day by day, the data that businesses create is getting increasingly cumbersome and the value it contains is being outweighed by the complexity its management creates.
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Agency leaders, from chief information officers to agency records officers to information security managers, are at an intersection of the technology revolution, where the cultural shift toward a digital world and the demanding requirements of security and compliance often collide.
For enterprise IT teams, finding ways to manage archaic IT systems is a daily struggle. Open source solutions are a perfect fit for modernizing a legacy system as they are vendor agnostic with no vendor lock in.
As businesses finish another financial year one area that receives a lot of attention around this time is compliance. However, this is only one component of something much larger that businesses of all sizes should be giving attention to: information governance.
For years the National Archives and Records Administration has admonished agencies to “stop paperizing”—the practice of printing out emails and submitting the paper as federal records.
By putting the right processes in place, organizations can support workplace collaboration with the new currency that moves business: content.
Federal agencies are required to manage all email records in electronic format by the end of 2016. According to self-assessment reports filed with the National Archives and Records Administration, most agencies are on track to meet the deadline. However, a few will miss the mark.
Integration provides a better alternative to legacy approaches for a smarter, more connected workforce.