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Sue Trombley Sue Trombley
Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain, has more than 25 years of information governance consulting experience. Prior to her current role, Trombley led Iron Mountain’s Consulting group responsible for business development, managing a team of subject matter experts, and running large engagements. Trombley holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science and recently was certified as an Information Government Professional. She sits on the AIIM Board, the University of Texas at Austin of School of Information Advisory Council, and is VP of the Boston ARMA chapter. She is Iron Mountain’s representative on the newly formed Information Governance Initiative and is frequent speaker at association events.
When Time Isn’t On Your Side

It’s no surprise that at this year’s  AIIM Conference we had standing room only at Iron Mountain’s event-based retention round table session.  In the latest 2013/2014 Cohasset Survey Benchmarking report, 67% of the respondents reported that their organization would benefit from fewer event or trigger-based retention rules. Contrary to the […]

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The Once and Future Information Governance: A candid discussion

We were so excited about the content of our AIIM webinar on March 19th, that if you weren’t one of the 273 people who joined us, we want to make sure you have access to it.  We invite you to download the webinar recording today at http://www.ironmountain.com/Company/Events/2014/March/19.aspx During the presentation, John […]

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What’s In A Number

What do the following numbers have in common: 2; 729; 17,496; and 1,049,760? They represent the time that has elapsed since our last Benchmark report in years, days (2012 was a leap year!), hours, and minutes.   This year, Iron Mountain joined forces with Cohasset, ARMA, and AIIM to create a […]

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Some Practical Advice for Celebrating Global Information Governance Day

For the shortest month of the year, February sure packs a lot of celebrations into its 28 (or 29) days: Black History Month, Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, and Family Day (in Canada). Now you can add February 20th to your calendar as Global Information Governance Day (GIGD). Information […]

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Thoughtful Leadership

While information is your advantage – being involved in its governance and management is also your challenge.  That holds for those of you directly involved in records and information management, and those who are partners in making – and complying with – policy. At Iron Mountain, we are in the […]

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