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EMAIL GOVERNANCE AND CAPSTONE: EXPERTS ANSWER AUDIENCE QUESTIONS

Email Governance & Capstone

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]On March 3, 2015, just as the Clinton email story was breaking, IGI and Charter Supporter, OpenText, held a previously scheduled webinar, What You Can Learn from the U.S. Federal Government’s “Capstone” Strategy to Solve Your Email Governance Headaches. Coverage and commentary about Clinton raised the importance of managing emails better—the very issues that […]

HILLARY & HISTORY: IGI PARTICIPATES IN NATIONAL PRESS CLUB NEWSMAKERS EVENT

Jason R. Baron Hillary Emails C-Span

On Thursday, April 16, Jason R. Baron, co-chair of the Information Governance Initiative, appeared at a National Press Club Newsmakers news conference entitled “Hillary & History: Lessons to Improve Open Government Under the Records Laws From Clinton’s Email Records Episode.” The panel discussion, covered live on C-SPAN, focused on the greater policy implications for government […]

BREAKING CLINTON EMAIL STORY UNDERSCORES NEED FOR BETTER IG FOR EMAILS

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Amid incidents of data breaches, yet another headline-grabbing story demonstrates the immediate relevance of information governance (IG). This week’s breaking story that Hillary Clinton appears to have used only private email to conduct official business during her time as secretary of state underscores the need for better IG policies and more effective use of […]

“BOMBSHELL REVELATIONS” ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON’S USE OF PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT. WATCH TODAY’S IGI WEBINAR ON DEMAND

OpenText Innovation tour with Barclay Blair

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]“It will likely become a big issue in the upcoming presidential campaign. This morning Hillary Clinton is in the hot seat after bombshell revelations first reported by the New York Times overnight. The Times reported that Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as Secretary of State.” ABC News, Good […]

JASON R. BARON INTERVIEWED IN THE ARTICLE: AGENCIES GOING ‘CLOUD FIRST’ FACE A RECORDS RIDDLE

IGI Co-Chair, Jason R. Baron, was interviewed by Richard Walker in the recent article, “Agencies Going ‘Cloud First’ Face a Records Riddle,” published at InformationWeek Government. Click here to read the article. According to Baron, federal agencies attempting to comply with the Obama Administration’s directive to shift to cloud computing would be well-advised to address their electronic […]