When I talk to IT executives about application decommissioning and application archiving solutions, I sometimes feel as though I have fallen through a rabbit hole. Because just like Alice, I cannot make sense of a lot of what my eyes and ears are telling me. It seems to me that decommissioning applications that are no […]
About Ken Lownie
Ken is the VP US Operations at Everteam Software. He started his career at Lotus Development, and since then has played a founding and executive role at several software companies. Most recently Ken was the Vice President of Life Sciences at NextDocs, an enterprise content management company focused on delivering SharePoint-based solutions to Life Sciences companies. Ken is responsible for guiding Everteam's marketing and sales strategy in the US, and in his role as Vice President of Customer Success he oversees the delivery of services and support to US customers.
Entries by Ken Lownie
Centralized governance is an great idea. But how do you apply a centralized governance process to content that exists in many different forms in many different systems? Moving everything to one large centralized repository won’t work; in fact, it’s nearly impossible to do. The answer lies in a central information governance system. First Things First: […]
How many records archives do you have in your organization? It’s likely you store records in a number of different systems. What about your paper records? Stored in another location separately from your digital records. Having all your records managed in different archives makes it very challenging to ensure records governance. The good news is […]
Records governance isn’t a nice to have, it’s critical to ensure the integrity and accuracy of your records. If your company is ever involved in legal action, your records will provide key evidence. Those records have to be authentic and reliable. “The international standard for records management (ISO 15489) states that authoritative records should have […]