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ARMA: News from All Over


This week’s ARMA conference saw news from many organizations on the document and information management front. According to Evan Koblentz at Law Technology News, Iron Mountain plans to use Microsoft SharePoint server in plan for records management; EMC is preparing bug fixes and SharePoint integration for the existing version 6.7 of its Documentum Records Adapter. Also,” Hewlett-Packard data architect Lou Harvey declared that 60 percent of most data in corporate systems is of no value; and the PDF Association showed its upgraded specification for making archive-specific file formats.”


Author: Shawna McAlearney
Date: October 20, 2011

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ARMA: News from All Over

This week’s ARMA conference saw news from many organizations on the document and information management front.

According to Evan Koblentz at Law Technology News, Iron Mountain plans to use Microsoft SharePoint server in plan for records management; EMC is preparing bug fixes  and SharePoint integration for version 6.7 of its Documentum Records Adapter. Also,” Hewlett-Packard data architect Lou Harvey declared that 60 percent of most data in corporate systems is of no value; and the PDF Association showed its upgraded specification for making archive-specific file formats.”

Koblentz added: “ARMA itself announced a self-assessment tool for companies to determine their readiness at generally accepted record-keeping principles, known in the field as GARP. The online survey system will be live in January 2012 with basic and premium versions, and with a benchmarking feature to follow, officials said.”