#InfoGov Links Of The Day 01-24-2017

OpenText / Documentum Deal Closes. What Do I Do?

Steve Weismann recommends, “that you take a hard look at what your Documentum ecosystem looks like, and begin imagining what would happen if – when – OpenText begins insisting you migrate to its information management platform.”

Why Interest in the Cloud Keeps Growing

hybrid cloud CCM enables a more agile, responsive, and less costly way for insurers and similar enterprises to achieve customized customer communications. The risk of penalties from non-compliance as well as operating costs will be less, and the opportunities to differentiate from the competition and enhance the customer experience will be improved.

Business Must Deal With Women’s Concerns

In the case of business and IT, there’s a war for female talent and leadership. Yet, while the data is overwhelming and virtually everyone acknowledges the issue, a wage gap and perceived lack of support persists…Women in many other industrialized countries enjoy nationalized childcare, living wage provisions and extended paid maternity leave. (Some countries also offer paid paternity leave.) But the U.S. has none of those benefits.

3 Factors Impacting DAM in the Year Ahead

Geospatial and IoT technologies are changing the very definition of what a digital asset is …and where it comes from. As more and more companies become mass producers of digital content, DAM is expanding into untraditional areas. Advancements in VR and AI will continue generating new formats and file-types, too.

When everyone (and every thing) is a content creator, how do you share assets and still protect yourself legally? How do you stay proactive instead of reactive?

Cybersecurity in the Age of Digital Transformation

The automation of virtually all business processes and the increasing digital connectedness of the entire value chain create agility, but they also significantly raise cybersecurity risks and threat levels.

Why the Coca-Cola Archives is Digitizing More than 6,000 Analog Tapes: The Coca-Cola Company

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One of the key components of my job is the preservation of the assets of the Coca-Cola Archives. With all of the artwork, photographs and artifacts in our holdings, it may surprise you to learn that one of the most difficult media formats to preserve is videotape…

Video tapes are so difficult to preserve because of the way they were created. Explained simply, magnetized iron oxide is applied to a thin plastic strip spooled on two cores. Everything about the makeup of the tape can, and often does, go bad…

In the digital age, everyone assumes we can just digitize our collection. That’s the outcome we are looking for, but the road to success with video tape is more challenging due to the variety of formats. VHS, Quad, D1, D2, ¾ in Umatic… the list is nearly endless.
Tech Savvy: Avoiding the case of the missing government emails

The things state and local government workers talk about are captured not in a paper trail, but in an email trail. The question facing the Minnesota Legislature is, how long should government workers keep their electronic records before they can delete them, sending those juicy information tidbits to electronic oblivion? The subject of data retention, or how long emails are kept before they’re deleted, is far from hammered out.

 

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