Records and Archives In the News is a compilation of news stories
related to records and archives management.
Law firm reduces email storage requirements
VNUNet.com - UK
... s rules and guidelines on electronic data and email retention as well
as increased efficiencies as a centrally managed, comprehensive document
and data store ...
Action Sought Against Employees Who Pried Into Records
New York Times - United States
New York City's public hospital system wants to suspend 39 employees
for prying into the medical records of Nixzmary Brown, the 7-year-old
girl whose beating ...
What the Virginia Port Authority doesn't want disclosed
Virginian Pilot - Norfolk,VA,USA
NORFOLK - The Virginia Port Authority is using an overly broad interpretation
of the state's open records law to incorrectly withhold names and details
Financial Firms Are Struggling to Manage, Archive and Monitor the ...
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
... the big question for many companies is what to keep and what to delete.
... definition between things they want to keep around as legal records
and everything else ...
Paula Allen: House became minimuseum for military academy archives
San Antonio Express (subscription) - San Antonio,TX,USA
... records. With photographs, artifacts and other memorabilia as well
as archives, the house became a PMA minimuseum, says the brochure. ...
Historic blueprints regain relevance for moon voyage
AZ Central.com - AZ,USA
WASHINGTON - NASA is raiding the National Archives to learn how to get
back to the moon. ... That's old-school technology that the archives doesn't
Thefts of maps linked to slights
Boston Globe - United States
... An FBI review of Smiley's computer records showed that, in addition
to the mounting debts, he had expensive tastes, prosecutors said. ...
Toronto Star - Ontario, Canada
... on Queens Quay W., where participants can get a glimpse of a well organized
archive and library. Dance historian Sharon Vanderlinde is the archivist,
a job she ...
Copiers: Keys to Company Info
Newsweek - USA
... a hacker-security expert who said he'd been able to install his own
software on a printer, compromise its network and access confidential
documents stored in it ...
Louisville Courier-Journal, Sat, 23 Sep 2006 2:52 AM PDT
Photographer Martha Holmes, Louisville native, dies
Photographer Martha Holmes, a Louisville native who left The Courier-Journal in
the 1940s for a career in New York at Life magazine, died Tuesday in her
Manhattan apartment. She was 83.
Tallahassee Democrat, Sat, 23 Sep 2006 11:14 PM PDT
Seeking treasure of garnet and gold
In the summer of 2005, Donna McHugh got a call from man who had recently bought
a house and found something unusual in the garage - a sign for the
College for Women.
Peter Kurilecz CRM CA