Records and Archives In the News is a compilation of news stories
related to records and archives management.
Hackers steal OU medical records: Third theft at school ...
TMCnet - USA
... The latest illegal access to OU computer servers, discovered May 4
and also being investigated by the FBI, compromised the privacy of
Medical Records: From Paper To Electronic
WTOV9.com - Steubenville,OH,USA
... West Virginia University Neurosurgeon, has been appointed by
Joe Manchin to oversee a group that will implement electronic medical
records across the ...
Iron Mountain touts shredding to fight data breaches
techworld.nl - Haarlem,Noord Holland,Netherlands
... containing important information. With that in mind, Boston-based
management firm Iron Mountain Inc. this week announced ...
Storage Clips: Iron Mountain offers compliance tips
Search Storage - USA
By SearchStorage.com Staff. Iron Mountain offers online compliance guide
Iron Mountain Inc. announced the launch of an online guide ...
Fling or Keep? What to Do with Your Attic Treasures
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Pittsburgh,PA,USA
... Take home a packet containing information on how to organize
and business collections, and use the Library & Archives to research
genealogy and ...
After 223 Years in the Family, George Washington Speech Sells for ...
Maine Antique Digest - Waldoboro,ME,USA
... Her boss, state archivist Dr. Edward Papenfuse, contacted the
owners several times over the years, reminding them he wanted it for the
state if they ...
Security Blog Log: Data storage bills go to extremes
SearchSecurity.com - Needham,MA,USA
... on legislation that would require Internet providers to keep records
on customers ... seems the opposite extreme: instead of requiring
to delete a great ...
Time to face the truth about data security
CNET News.com - San Francisco,CA,USA
At Bank of America, lost backup tapes led to a big breach, while
compromises figured in the one at LexisNexis. A lost laptop ...
Morgan Stanley Will Pay Fine Over E-Mails
Washington Post - United States
... "This settlement will require Morgan Stanley to put into place
to prevent similar misconduct from recurring.". In March 2004, Bank of
America Corp. ...
Ex-senators erased electronic files
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (subscription) - Milwaukee,WI,USA
... state senators erased all their electronic records from the ... with
serious crimes, newly released documents show ... charges, they deleted
all their electronic files. ...
Former Senators Erased Electronic Files
WISC - Madison,WI,USA
Erasing the files isn't against the law, and state ... Under the state's
open records law, legislators must make most documents available to the
1950 Hawaii Constitution listed on eBay for $30,000
Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Honolulu,HI,USA
... "There are a lot of copies of it," assured Susan Shaner in the State
Archives offices. Shaner says the State Archives has a signed ...
His Legacy and His Library Occupy Bush's Thoughts
New York Times - United States
... Instead, guests said, Mr. Bush spent the evening focused on how he
could create a public policy center with his presidential library after
he leaves office in ...
The Key to Information Lifecycle Management is Cost-Effective ...
CTR - Los Angeles,CA,USA
By Eran Farajun. Information Lifecycle Management is a relatively young
concept and the industry will continue to encounter pitfalls as ILM
US could access EU data retention information
EUobserver.com - Brussels,Belgium
US authorities can get access to EU citizens' data on phone calls, sms'
and emails, giving a recent EU data-retention law much wider-reaching
consequences than ...
The Coming Pandemic
CIO - Framingham,MA,USA
... ChoicePoint and BJ’s Wholesale have become poster children for what
happens if an enterprise is not sufficiently careful with the
it collects. ...
Woodrow Wilson's attic archive
Staunton News Leader - Staunton,VA,USA
... about 30 descendants of former President Woodrow Wilson got a
tour Friday of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library's extensive
Taken or Lost? Roberts File Still Missing in Action
A potentially controversial file at the Reagan Presidential Library
that went missing shortly before confirmation hearings for Chief
Roberts Jr. has still not been found, according to an investigation.
Friday, May 12, 2006
Recently, a Texas firm received a dozen Microsoft Outlook .pst files
from a client. Like the dog that caught the car, they weren't sure what
to do next. Even out on the prairie, they'd heard of online hosting and
e-mail analytics, but worried about the cost. They wondered: Did they
really need an e-discovery vendor? Couldn't they just do it themselves?
Peter A. Kurilecz
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