So you’re an “acquired” Documentum customer?

So you’re an “acquired” Documentum customer? Documentum started in 1990, and quickly proved that it was a forward-looking company, a title it held for nearly two decades.  Several of the strategies Documentum developed helped to define the Document Management industry we have today. Unfortunately, through several aggressive venture capital rounds, an IPO, and multiple acquisitions,

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Universal ERM Requirements

The Universal ERM Requirements serve as a resource for agencies looking to use a technology solution to assist with managing their records. By referring to these guidelines, agencies can determine what ERM functions are critical, while also considering their personal needs and financial priorities. Agencies should refer to this document when they’re deciding on an

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Are your Repositories ready for GDPR?

Protect Data with Feith’s GDPR-ready Platform In May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. Even though the EU established this law, the regulation applies to nations at a global level because of how integrated markets are with the EU. Data controllers need to make  sure they’re collecting and managing an

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NARA M-12-18 Deadline is Approaching

Preparing for the Transition to Electronic Records The US Government knew they needed to get a handle on the inefficiencies they experienced with paper records. Several factors influenced the decision to improve record management processes, including the business case need for electronic record keeping (ERK), and the alignment of ERK with the agency’s mission and

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Case Study: Big county Using Feith’s Physical Records

Problem: One of the most Populous Counties in the U.S.  needed a better system for managing their records Members of this county perform essential administrative functions such as registering voters, supervising elections, keeping records, providing police protection, and administrating health and welfare services. Storing and managing their boxed records consumes much of their time, however,

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6 Mistakes You’re Making By Using Public Fileshares

If you’re using services like Google Drive, DropBox, Box.net, or SkyDrive for business, here’s why you probably shouldn’t be. 1. Trusting The Public Cloud. Your coworkers already use applications like Google Drive and Dropbox to share business documents because they are easy to use, but security can be questionable. You should limit users from taking

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