December 11, 2020
Nick Baumeister discusses in this 30 minute German session the advantages, hurdles and perspectives of digitization in HR management with Herbert Lörch. Hosted by Nick Baumeister (Business Development Manager Digital Solutions, Iron Mountain), and Herbert Lörch (RVP DACH, M-Files).
December 11, 2020
In this 30 minute session, Nick Baumeister talks to Axel Eichel about what to consider when it comes to physical archiving in the digital age and under increasing compliance requirements. Hosted by Nick Baumeister (Business Development Manager Digital Solutions, Iron Mountain), and Axel Eichel (Senior Key Account Manager, Iron Mountain)
October 30, 2020
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are undoubtedly the future of the way we manage information. There’s, however, always a compliance concern that comes up in conversations about these technologies. Can AI and ML help organisations with their compliance efforts?
In this 30min podcast, Iron Mountain experts - Arlette Walls, Global Records and Information Manager, and Nicola Bagwell, Director InSight Enablement and Customer Success - talk about leveraging AI and ML technology in managing compliance throughout your information life cycle. Hosted by Sue Trombley.
October 26, 2020
It shouldn’t take a crisis to take control over your information & data. IG is more than a job title or a team; it's a programme of holistic improvements for the business. Drawing on over 40 years of combined experience, in this 30 minute podcast, Tony Allen, European Region Director at ARMA International and Tim Callister, Iron Mountain's Principal Information Governance, will look at sustainable IG, uncovering the real potential of IG as a programme for all parts of the business.They will tackle questions like how to talk to the business and present IG as a value-add to anyone's job? What tools and frameworks are available to help you benchmark IG capability and measure improvements? And when to use them to ensure the IG Programme is supported whatever the weather?
Hosted by Tim Callister
October 16, 2020
Information governance is growing in complexity as the volume and variety of information that organizations must manage expands at unprecedented rates. Automation is needed, but the task is so large that many organizations don’t know where to start. Our experts are here to help. Getting a handle on information begins with understanding what you need to keep and what should be discarded. Data hoarding exposes organizations to risk and adds to complexity. Automating information governance isn’t an-all-or nothing proposition. Take an incremental, deliberate approach, focusing on the areas with the highest ROI. Digitize as much as you can and apply governance policies from the moment data enters the organization. The payoff is along many dimensions: improved business agility, more responsive customer service, reduced risk of data breach and better regulatory compliance.
Rob Gerbrandt, Managing Director of Information Governance Consulting, Iron Mountain
Steve Lester, Corporate Counsel for Global Privacy and Compliance, Iron Mountain
Moderated by Paul Gillin
October 1, 2020
Putting structure to information is a key factor to making sense of it, and an essential building block to structuring your data is classification. But that’s just one part of the story - you need to know where your information comes from and where it moves, throughout its life cycle.
In this 30 minute session, hosted by Sue Trombley, our speakers discuss common challenges in defining and organizing information and the relationship between data and records. They will share tips on conveying the importance of information classification to internal stakeholders and managing it all in a compliant manner.
September 6, 2020
The global colocation market is expected to double by 2024 and interconnection is one big reason. Interconnection services enable businesses to exchange data with each other at extremely high speed and low cost using direct connections instead of public networks. Customers can also use the services to connect to multiple cloud providers and to leverage the most cost-effective carrier networks. Accessing the cloud via dedicated connections within a colocation facility can cut bandwidth costs by 60% compared to using the public Internet.
Interconnection has grown in importance as the average enterprise has grown to use 2.3 infrastructure-as-a-service providers and two platform-as-a-service providers while nearly tripling the use of cloud applications over a three-year period.
Nearly every colocation provider offers interconnection services, but the scope and terms vary widely. It’s important for customers to look for partners that offer them the greatest degree of choice with the lowest overhead cost. This podcast outlines the factors that should go into choosing a colocation interconnection partner and the growing range of services that are available.
Frank Scalzo, General Manager of Network Strategy and Services, Iron Mountain
August 25, 2020
With data centers consuming more than 1% of the world’s energy, companies that run hyperscale and co-location facilities are hard at work finding more sustainable sources of power and cooling. Iron Mountain’s Amsterdam data center has achieved numerous milestones. It runs entirely on renewable energy sources and boasts a power usage effectiveness ratio of 1.1, meaning that it wastes almost no energy. The techniques that have been pioneered in Amsterdam are being rolled out across Iron Mountain’s global data center portfolio as part of the company’s commitment to derive 100% of its worldwide electricity consumption from renewable sources. In this episode of Modern Governance, we hear about the innovations being used in Amsterdam and how they can be applied to data centers everywhere.
Eric Lisica, Operations Director Western Europe, Iron Mountain Data Centers
James Henry, Senior Governance, Risk & Compliance Analyst, Iron Mountain
July 20, 2020
A recent Iron Mountain webinar
addressed the distinctions between data, records and information and why those definitions are so important in an information governance context. Judging by the nearly 900 people who attended a live webinar, a lot of records managers are clearly wrestling with the question of how to create clear governance guidelines around data that may be used in many places and contexts. They asked nearly 140 questions, far too many for our speakers to get to in the allotted time. This two-part bonus podcast is devoted to answering those questions and furthering the discussion about how data should be classified and managed in an environment in which both the volume and the variety of data is proliferating.
Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain
Kelly McIsaac, AVP for Enterprise Data Lifecycle Management at TD Bank