ARMA 2014

Since this year’s ARMA Conference is primarily focused on navigating changes in our industry, I thought it would be interesting to reflect on the changes that I’ve experienced in more than 30 years as a conference attendee.   Most glaring is the reduced number of suitcases required!  At one time the Conference was […]


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There’s a battle shaping up between big data and records management.  However, this opposition is the driving force that will shape the practice of information governance (IG) over the next decade, suggests Barclay T. Blair, president and founder of ViaLumina and the executive director and founder of the Information Governance […]


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We are starting on a journey to information governance (IG).  We have spent the last decade in eDiscovery wars, seeking out best practices through a variety of technologies. Now, with guidance from groups like the Information Governance Initiative (IGI), ARMA, Iron Mountain’s Law Firm IG symposium and the Sedona Conference, […]


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Are you getting excited for the ARMA conference in San Diego? In this special customer edition blog, Deborah Naas of McKesson answers a few questions about her ARMA experience. This is a must read for any ARMA participant!      Hi Deborah, so glad to have you here! Can you tell […]


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In this special customer edition blog, Lori Jayne talks about Lahey Health’s paper to electronic transition: “As the Privacy Officer and Director of Health Information at Lahey Health, I’m involved in the governance of the privacy and security of patient information. My department is not only responsible for providing patient information for […]


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