Records Management Merger: Best Ways to Handle the Merging of Records
Records Management Merger: Best Ways to Handle the Merging of Records

As your company continues to grow, merger and acquisition activity is likely to increase. While growth and expansion have the potential to augment profit/loss margins, some aspects of mergers can pose challenges — especially if they’re not addressed early on in the process.

3 Bad Habits of Data Management
3 Bad Habits of Data Management

Most IT workers are guilty of at least one or two transgressions when it comes to managing their data. But can any single bad habit cause a company irreparable harm? Unfortunately, yes. At the very least, these transgressions will cost your organisation time and money.

Health Check your Information Management Practices
Health Check your Information Management Practices

Audit is a five-letter word that often doesn’t create much excitement. However, when it comes to your information management program, it is a very efficient diagnostic tool. A regular audit process will produce the insights and recommendations to drive business improvement and operational excellence.

Managing Records in a
Managing Records in a "Keep It All" Environment

Daily tasks are becoming increasingly challenging for records managers who are working in a "keep it all" environment. Some organisations must keep all records indefinitely. In this environment, some of the biggest concerns will be storage space and find-ability

To Shred or Recycle? No Need to Choose
To Shred or Recycle? No Need to Choose

When your company partners with a secure shredding service that offers a certified recycling program, you’re getting the best of both worlds; you’re supporting the environment, fulfilling your Corporate Social Responsibility without compromising confidentiality and security.

The Importance of a Regular Records Management Policy Audit
The Importance of a Regular Records Management Policy Audit

Even the best records management processes need to be re-evaluated from time to time. Regular records management policy audits or "check-ups" ensure that the records management methodology in place is still effective and meeting the needs of the company.