‘Tis the Season… for a Data Breach

The leaves are changing color and falling to the ground, pumpkin spice is on nearly every store shelf, and the air is chilly—Yes, the holidays will soon be upon us. Before you start your holiday shopping or bring out the decorations, it’s important to remember that the holidays are prime time for data breaches and…

Spring Cleaning Your Records

Spring is in the air–birds are chirping, flowers are starting to bloom, and the trees are starting to come alive again. The sun is out, it’s time to open the windows, bring out the cleaning supplies, and start spring cleaning. You clean and declutter your house come springtime, so why not spring clean your records?…

New Changes to the European Union’s Medical Device and In Vitro Diagnostic Device Regulations

On May 26, 2020, the European Union enacted new regulations concerning medical and in vitro diagnostic devices—a move that should cause manufacturers, clinical trial sponsors, investigators, and other regulated parties involved in medical device development, manufacture, and distribution in the EU to take notice. These new regulations replace existing directives and bring about many changes,…

Document Management While Working Remotely

Businesses in the United States and around the world are currently operating in unprecedented times due to COVID-19. Many businesses have had to become innovative and flexible. Possibly one of the biggest changes to how businesses function from day-to-day is the large number of employees working remotely. Remote work is not new, but many businesses…

Managing Inactive Records

In today’s day and age, many companies have converted to electronic or paperless systems, however, businesses still have old paper records that need to be retained and accessed. Despite this move to electronic records systems, the task of determining how and where to store these old or inactive records is not new to businesses. Keeping…

E-Discovery and the Importance of Having a Records Retention Program that Includes Electronic Records

Discovery: the act or process of discovering.[1] In a lawsuit, discovery is the process of sharing information that is relevant to a particular legal action or proceeding. With the rapid growth of technology and electronic data, the discovery process has evolved to include a new way of discovering information: electronic discovery or “e-discovery.” Why all…