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Gimmal, the world’s leading provider of records management and information governance software, is excited to announce that Gimmal Records Management, which already provides DoD 5015.2-certified for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and 2013, is now extending its certification to Microsoft 2016. Gimmal has always been the first to offer this certification for Microsoft’s SharePoint platform and has become the standard when implementing DoD 5015.2 solutions.
Physical records management has always been tricky, especially as complex systems have grown up around it. As more of our business information is created and stored electronically, physical records tend to become increasingly siloed. Normally, organizations need a segregated, on-premises system, or manual process that is not well-integrated with the electronic side of the business. Custom legacy platforms have a tendency to hamper the growth of an organizations infrastructure, and are difficult to replace.
The 2018 Microsoft Inspire conference was truly one for the books. As organizations and Microsoft partners from around the world converged in Las Vegas bringing together industry experts and like-minded people fueled by cloud, IoT, and AI, attendance soared well over 20,000.
After much demand, SharePoint Conference North America was back this year from May 21st to 23rd at the luxurious MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas. After three packed days, one question remains: was it worth it, and should we be looking forward to next year? Let’s recap.
Documentum has been an industry-leading content management solution for many companies since the early 1990s. Its core capabilities include document management, content capture, archiving, business process automation, records management, and content publishing. Historically, most Documentum customers did not implement their certified records management software.
Over the past couple of years, we have seen organizations make a fundamental shift towards storing and managing their records in the cloud. As the internet continues to become the primary platform for conducting business, with collaborative tools and instant accessibility, the cloud makes increasingly more sense as the default location for data and records. And, with its low cost of ownership, effortless implementation, and ability to integrate with multiple repositories, many industry observers affirm that cloud-based records management is quickly becoming the new standard. Though fears persist, it is clear that on-premises solutions do not offer the security, coverage, or collaboration capabilities modern businesses seek to achieve.