Control content through file archiving

Data archiving is the best method for controlling your content.

File archiving is often overlooked by many organizations with large amounts of data. While many companies store the majority of their files on internal IT-managed file servers, a growing number of files are generated by mobile devices, applications and social media sites that are not always under the governance of IT departments. Continue reading

Way clearing for mental health information reporting under HIPAA

HIPAA rules may be eased to allow physicians to report some mental health information to a background check database.

At a time when healthcare providers are working to make sure that they are in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s data storage rules, a proposed change could give physicians the ability to contribute patient mental health information to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Continue reading

IT wants to save costs but money should be spent on data backup

Organizations want to save money, but there is a growing amount of data which must be managed and backed up.

The growing volume of data and information is something every company now has to deal with in some way, shape or form. According to a recent report by the Enterprise Strategy Group, there is a lot of organizational pressure to reduce the IT budget, but the growing pool of data means that more may have to be spent on data backup and similar tools. Continue reading

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