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GDPR - Data Breaches

Prison for Execs for Data Breaches – Gotta Love It!

I love this bill. According to an article in Security Week, Democrat Senator Ron Wyden released a draft bill named the Consumer Data Protection Act of 2018. It aims to give consumers control over their data, including how it’s sold or shared, and gives the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the power to issue fines and other penalties.…

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Office 365 Labels

Pesky End Users and Office 365 Labels – to Use or Not to Use, Maybe

One of my pet peeves has always been the tagging of documents by humans, or, as I like to call them, pesky end users. Those of you who read my blogs know that I am just teasing, and I often stick up for those poor souls who carry the burden of assigning accurate metadata to content.…

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Auto Classification

Facebook Victims of Breach – It’s Only 30 Million not 50 Million

Do you ever get tired of Facebook always being in the press for what is essentially poor security? If you ask me, what’s the difference between 30 million users and 50 million users?…

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Categorization - Auto-Classification - Concept Searching

Part 2: Classification Versus Categorization?

Since one of our core competencies is classification/categorization, I was curious what Microsoft was using for their classification technology. In Part 1 of our Classification Versus Categorization? blog we looked at different words that meant the same thing.…

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Auto-Classification Software - Concept Searching

Part 1: Classification Versus Categorization?

I have been spending some time immersed in Microsoft Information Protection (MIP), concentrating on labels. I’m still not at the point where it’s more than I ever want to know but am getting close.…

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Office 365

Seven Days to Create an Office 365 Label – Someone Could Create a World in That Time

I’m rather indifferent to Office 365 labels, part of Microsoft Information Protection (MIP), as I have no need for them, but if they help you as an IT person, then I’m all for them.…

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Electronic Records Day

Paper Versus Digital Records – What’s Your Opinion?

Today is Electronic Records Day. I wish it was Ice Cream Day, but that’s not until July 15 so we will have to make do with what we have. The Council of State Archivists (CoSA) states, “Electronic Records Day is designed to raise awareness among state government agencies, the general public, related professional organizations, and other stakeholders about the crucial role electronic records play in their world.” I’m sure most people know about digital records – not sure why we had to have a day dedicated to raising awareness.…

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What Is Your Approach to Social Site Management?

What Is Your Approach to Social Site Management?

Do you ever get tired of seeing Like Me on Facebook? Why do we need to do that? It’s bothersome and the outcome is just number crunching. It could also be embarrassing for an organization.…

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Microsoft Ignite 2018 - Orlando Florida - Concept Searching

Good Morning Orlando!

I hope you are well rested and can’t wait to enter the Land of Oz – oops, I mean Microsoft Ignite. I’m not sure you will have time to go everywhere, but your brain will let you know if it starts to go into overdrive – information overload, so they say. If you can successfully maneuver around the venue areas, that is.…

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Content Optimization - Concept Searching

Get out the Mops, Brooms, and Garbage Cans, It’s Early Spring Cleaning!

Our prospects have become increasingly concerned about burgeoning content in file shares that remains unmanaged. Add to that the fact that siloed systems such as enterprise content management (ECM) are past their prime, and that migration to the cloud is becoming a regular occurrence.…

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