October 14, 2014
Companies often regress to paper processes because they aren't ready to digitize the 'last mile' of signature. Enter digital transaction management.
May 13, 2014
OpenStack security concerns may be overblown, and the open source cloud provider is working to address misconceptions.
March 31, 2014
Microsoft upgraded its OWA for Office 365 users to support Android devices and reduce email clutter, but IT pros say one update may hurt more than it helps.
October 29, 2013
Organizations are struggling to manage paper-based documents alongside electronic records, said an expert at ARMA 2013.
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If you open a Windows document in Windows Explorer rather than in the Microsoft Word interface, closing it launches File Explorer. The file hasn't moved. Continue Reading
When it comes to threat prevention and detection in the enterprise, 'known good' technologies can be critical, yet also introduce complexity. Learn whether known-good security can bolster your security program. Continue Reading
If IT administrators need information on document and application usage, they can use Office Telemetry, an Office 2013 feature that gathers such data. Continue Reading
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Our company is developing mobile apps and looking into DynamoDB. What are the benefits of using the database service with mobile apps? Continue Reading
Azure DocumentDB is the newest figure in the company's data storage menagerie. What benefits does Microsoft's document database offer developers and DBAs? Continue Reading
SharePoint 2013 has a number of new WCM features, but be selective: A well-designed WCM system should scale and flex to meet the business' needs. Continue Reading
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Virtualization documentation can swallow up huge chunks of time if you have to retrace your steps. Recording what you do as you do it could save lots of time down the road. Continue Reading
A new PCI Special Interest Group document gives advice to enterprises on staying PCI DSS compliant after audits. Expert Mike Chapple highlights the key takeaways. Continue Reading
Compliance mandates established by the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act, or SOX, are not new, but many organizations still grapple with the myriad effects of SOX on corporate governance and IT operations. In this SearchCompliance handbook, we explore the data management implications of SOX and how public organizations can comply and thrive.
In the first piece, former CIO Harvey Koeppel reviews some of the best practices an enterprise can undertake toward creating a SOX-compliant data governance strategy and policy. In the second piece, expert contributor Jeffrey Jenkins explains how a management strategy centered around SOX compliance can bolster IT security as well as overarching business operations. In the third piece, former security officer Judith M. Myerson lays out four steps to streamline data retention requirements in order to consolidate information management and remain SOX-compliant. Continue Reading
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A data center should be prepared for the worst, but try to avoid that at all costs. Appropriate system documentation helps avoid critical errors. Continue Reading
While Windows 8 does include Windows Fax and Scan, it doesn't create PDFs of scanned documents. Here are some Windows 8 PDF reader workarounds. Continue Reading
The Web features fans and critics of migrating data from file servers to SharePoint. An expert weighs in. Continue Reading