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Up-to-date education on Information Governance topics

Please browse these online articles by IGS CEO John Isaza for an up-to-date education on Information Governance topics.

  • E-mail mismanagement and its legal repercussions in the United States

    Learn the legal ramifications of poor e-mail management in the United States with this article published in Information Management magazine. In the United States, could a person really go to jail for destruction of e-mails? Are there any cybersecurity repercussions for comingling personal and work e-mail accounts? How can organizations find out if an executive […]

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  • Defensible Disposition of Structured Data Part 2

    Part 2. To begin with, there is no “Easy Button” for the time consuming, labor-intensive categorization of information in structured data systems. This is because structured data presents the following challenges: A disproportionately large percentage of “Dark Data” and “Big Data” is contained within structured data. For instance, one global client of ours deployed SAP […]

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  • Defensible Disposition of Structured Data Part 1

    Part 1. This article series is intended to generate awareness, discussion and hopefully some action within the Records Management / Information Governance profession to defensibly dispose of redundant and obsolete structured data. Structured data is commonly defined as data that resides within fixed fields such as relational databases, as opposed to unstructured data which is […]

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  • RIM likely to lead strategy as privacy compliance becomes a priority

    Records and information management professionals should expect to play a big role as businesses increasingly make privacy compliance a priority.

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  • Metadata in Court: What RIM, Legal and IT Need to Know

    To arrive at an informed analysis, this paper begins by briefly exploring the role of metadata in authentication of records. This analysis will help the reader

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  • Internet Law for the Business Lawyer, Second Edition

    This resource is a great toolkit for advising clients in the electronic environment. The book contains a 10 list of statutes, relevant cases

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  • Rimon’s John Isaza Explains Information Governance and Defensible Disposition on Legal Talk Network Podcast

    Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviewed John Isaza, a pioneer in information governance and records management, at the LegalTech West Coast Trade Show.

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  • Rimon’s John Isaza in the Wall Street Journal on New Requirements for Companies Engaging in Swaps

    Rimon PC partner John Isaza alerted businesses of the brewing dangers for a host of unsuspecting industries in the Dodd-Frank Law. Mr. Isaza was quoted in the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal noting that companies engaged in swaps might have to record every phone call, instant message and voicemail relevant to the deals.

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  • John Isaza Extensively Quoted in the ABA Journal Regarding the Legal Need to Dump Useless Data

    The American Bar Association Journal extensively quotes Rimon Partner John Isaza on the legal need for law firms to set an up-to-date records retention schedule. That schedule needs to:

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  • John Isaza in AIIM on Electronic Record Disposition

    http://rimonlaw.com/news/john-isaza-in-aiim-on-electronic-record-dispositionAIIM quotes John Isaza as sating that obstacles to electronic record disposition are the exception and not the rule. A cursory survey of authorization and disposition requirements in Federal statutes and regulations and in all 50 states produced few requirements.

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