If more people, businesses, writers, users, etc. are posting content to social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., why isn’t Google indexing this information? Searching for content actually on Google without these added sources, is like only looking in half your cupboard for food and making dinner decisions based on an incomplete list of items.
Most companies are worried that their existing data storage and backup plans will not provide the protection they know they need. Many organizations’ vital business data is being generated and stored on various devices, even individual employees’ personal thumb drives.
Varonis Systems has launched the Varonis Data Governance Suite 5.9, which incorporates a variety of new features to better enable organizations to manage, protect, and safely collaborate with unstructured data.
India’s Ministry of Communications and IT has announced the Standard for Preservation Information Documentation of Electronic Records. This move to standardize the preservation of digital records across government agencies will ensure that electronic records are produced in a preservable manner.
Yandex has announced that it is adding public Facebook data to the index of data mined for queries handled by the Russian Internet search company. This interesting information was found on MyBroadband in their article, “Facebook data indexed by Russian search engine Yandex.” Yandex said that an agreement with Facebook gives it full access to the social network’s public data.
ISKO (the International Society for Knowledge Organization) has made its free online bibliographic service, Knowledge Organization Literature, even more comprehensive. This recent enhancement will cover nine more years back in bibliographical references. Covering the years from 1988 to the present, the Knowledge Organization Literature database continues to be updated with recent literature.
It has been awhile since I shared a unique taxonomy with you and this one certainly caught my eye, for many reasons. My mother and sister are notorious for doing anything to save a dollar. I am quite often convinced they spend more trying to save than they save, but I wouldn’t dare say that to them. So this interesting taxonomy was found on Direct Marketing in their article, “Infographic: The Taxonomy of the Penny-Pincher.”
Infolinx System Solutions has been chosen by the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) – Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) for their enterprise physical records management software, Infolinx WEB Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS). This move will be taking their records management from spreadsheets to a robust, browser-based solution.
A recent report finds that nearly half of federal agency records and management officials felt they would not be able to meet the December 31, 2013, deadline to digitize and streamline records management practices.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) continues and day-to-day operations are changing for many healthcare providers. For example, hospitals must now shift their patient records systems to electronic medical records, which introduces additional challenges during an already stressful time. This interesting and relevant news was found on ebizQ in their article, “Taxonomy Aids Navigation of Turbulent Healthcare Environment.”