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Linda Joshua Linda Joshua
Linda Joshua is a Senior Consultant with Iron Mountain Consulting. Her specialty is building core Records Management Programs and International Legal Research, and she has over 16 years of experience in the field of records and information management. Linda holds a Post Graduate degree in Records Management and Archives, and has been with Iron Mountain since 1997.
Retention Schedules – To Purge or Not to Purge and When?

When developing a retention schedule, and looking at the legal research that supports it, there are laws and regulations that set minimum periods.


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Blue Ocean Information Governance Strategy

“Blue Ocean Strategy” is a book written by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne that refers to the tactic whereby a company will create new, uncontested market space that seeks to make competitors irrelevant and creates new consumer value. The goal is essentially to look for ways in which companies […]


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Implementing an Information Governance program is one thing , but having a successful Information Governance program is another thing entirely. Rather than just checking things off a list (Policies – check, Procedures – check, Retention Schedule – check, Supporting Legal Research – check), institutions must inherently encompass everything needed to […]


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It’s Not Just for Kids – The Importance of Putting Legal Research on a Schedule When you have children, one of the first things you learn, is how much better they thrive under a schedule. By planning the days and weeks, children are calmed and comforted by the routine and […]


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With all due respect to Elton John, you can spend time and money and effort and resources to produce the spiffiest Information Governance Program imaginable, but if you then sit on said stellar documentation, where does this leave you? This is the juncture in which many companies struggle. I’m going […]


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