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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do…But Not Impossible

We’ve been dependent on paper for over 2000 years so it isn’t hard to understand why “breaking up” with it is hard to do. But for organizations, public or private, big or small, there are proven advantages for transferring dependency to electronic formats, primarily to enhance productivity, accessibility and compliance. […]


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Tape: Smarter than the average storage device

Ask an IT Manager about backup tapes today and they might mention the warehouse scene ending from Raiders of the Lost Ark – an ancient relic among a sea of other technology relics in a cloud–driven world. Unfortunately, labels like this diminish the value of tape as a storage medium, […]


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Trends in information management: Introducing the first PwC and Iron Mountain Information Value Index

What do the Green Bay Packers, Happy Birthday to You, Jack Daniels and Straight Outta Compton have in common? They all reached the top of the most searched terms list on Google’s trends charts from August 2015. Google tracks what users around the globe search for and then compiles lists […]


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Promoting Enterprise Collaboration – ARMA 2015

For the past 8 years, together with my good friend and colleague, April Dmytrenko, I’ve had the pleasure of co-producing the Fellows Forum at the Annual ARMA Conference. The Company of Fellows (FAI), established in 1990 , honors members of ARMA International who have distinguished themselves through outstanding achievements and […]


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The Time Capsule is in Minneapolis

Travel Tuesday Trivia: What U.S. city has more golfers per capita than any other? The answer is Minneapolis, Minnesota. FORE! The second stop on the Time Capsule summer road trip is Minneapolis, MN. Also in Minneapolis you’ll find Bryce Tache, manager of Inclusion and Diversity for Iron Mountain’s Corporate Responsibility team. […]


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