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Local governments are in great need of an official information governance program, and surprisingly only a few realize it. Counties and municipalities lack enterprise-wide understanding of their digital information, particularly from leadership down to the people who work for the company. This includes senior executives and elected officials, drilling down to departmental managers.
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Let’s review the GDPR before digging into the current news. The GDPR will go into effect on May 25, 2018, when you’ll need to comply with the rules and have a secure method of storing and collecting an EU citizen’s private information. The regulation applies to all businesses that hold and process data collected in the European Union, regardless of your location, meaning you don’t need to be in the EU to be concerned about this law. Not being prepared can put you at risk of an audit and fines, or potentially 4 percent of your global revenue.Read More >
Before we get into insurance claim fraud detection software and why it’s so essential for your business, let’s take a quick detour by way of an amazing statistic.
At its market cap peak, General Motors employed over 800,000 people. When Google reached that same market cap, how many people do you think it employed? (Cue Jeopardy music.) The answer is 58,000 people.
We all know that it takes less staff to run a digital business (think about the term “lean startup”) and the overall landscape is one of automation. A word similar in construction to automation? Automatic.
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Information governance (IG) is an issue not only for IT departments but also for those handling the overall company data, both from a security and management perspective. This ultimately means the CIO’s office.Read More >
Whether referring to an individual medical practice or a much larger healthcare system, electronic medical records (EMRs) are the norm of medical practice and have been for more than a decade. In 2006, reference to electronically stored information (ESI) was introduced into the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.Read More >
Technology advancements and a more tech-savvy and mobile workforce are rapidly changing the landscape between the needs of legal service purchasers and the offerings of legal service providers. We are keeping an eye to the on-going development of these four tech trends–and so should you.Read More >