Browsing: Social Media

“Like” This Blog – Social Media and Records Retention

In this hyper connected age, companies are looking for guidance in how social media activity and records retention requirements interconnect. Businesses are asking themselves if there are any legal or regulatory retention requirements that are unique to social media, or are retention requirements considered media-neutral, without regard to where the […]


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Pursuing Privacy in a Digital World

As we live more and more of our lives online, privacy is a topic of concern for most of us these days. Did I set the permissions on my Facebook account correctly? Can my friends see the photos of my wild weekend in Vegas but my co-workers are still blocked? […]


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Gap or Chasm: Crossing the Divide Between Commitment to Records and Information Management and Practice

This past weekend I did two things of note: I read the newly issued 2012 Iron Mountain Compliance Benchmark Report and then went hiking at Purgatory Chasm in Rhode Island, a natural formation caused by millions of years of tidal activity carving its way through solid granite.  As I peered […]


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The First Campaign of the 21st Century: How Social Media Changed the Power Dynamics

Perhaps the greatest challenge of modern life in the second decade of the 21st Century is data and information management. While problems with basic sanitation, food, healthcare, and housing exist throughout the developing world, for most of the middle class in the developed world each day, from morning to night, […]


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Social Businesses are becoming the “Dial Tone” of enterprises: Results from a new AIIM Industry Watch

In October AIIM released a new Industry Watch research report based on the findings from the AIIM task force led by Andrew McAfee and underwritten in part by Iron Mountain. The task force conducted research with some 400 members of the AIIM community and conducted interviews with management from end-user […]


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