The Document Management Playbook Simplified

As the NFL prepares to kick off its regular season in September, fans are mulling over their favorite teams’ playoff chances, how well recently drafted rookies might perform, or perhaps whether the Philadelphia Eagles can repeat as Super Bowl Champions this season. Coaches, however, may be wondering if their newest …

What You Really Need to Know about QMS

A manufacturer’s success (or failure) relies on its ability to produce a quality product, and companies that produce products with rigorous quality requirements face numerous challenges associated with meeting quality objectives. These can range from the need to comply with quality standards (such as ISO 9001 and cGMP) to operating …

Moving to digital records doesn’t get cheaper; but easier to manage

The National Archives and Records Administration is best known for preserving centuries-old documents, like the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, but the agency is facing a different set of challenges in storing the government’s troves of emails and website records from the past couple decades. “It’s interesting to …

5 Steps to moving From Paper-Based to Digital Document Management

Moving from paper-based to digital document management can be a life-saver for any organization. Making the switch doesn’t have to be difficult. Think of it this way. If you’re searching for records in the file cabinet, work-spaces, offsite and everywhere in between, you might as well be putting in extra …

Hot Issues in Records Management

Records management is generating an unusual degree of passion lately. Long held captive to an image of dusty file cabinets in the basement, accessed only when needed for legal purposes, records management is now being recognized as a critical component in information governance, a vital process that extends beyond—but includes—records …