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Articles from Information Management Journal (March 1, 2012)

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After deleting e-mails, S.C. governor changes course. 368
Are you ready for a RIM health checkup? Lanter, Amy 506
Army announces $250m cloud services contract. Brief article 146
Audit to ensure RIM program health, growth: auditing your RIM program regularly can ensure its good health, the direction and focus for its continued growth, and its ultimate maturity. Streck, Helen 1562
BP says Halliburton destroyed evidence. 410
Britain won't give Germany Stasi piles. 334
Canada sets guidelines for online tracking. Brief article 284
Canada-U.S. announce new border info-sharing plan. Brief article 296
Courts sanction for Facebook spoliation. 343
Creating successful virtual teams in a new age. Isaacs, Leigh Book review 586
D.C. police criticized for storing license plate data. 386
Dallas ends practice of criminals shredding sensitive records. Brief article 293
DOJ withdraws FOIA proposal. 319
Drawing a new battle plan for conquering key information risks. Gatewood, Brent; Kain, John; Montana, John C. 2961
EHR breaches rose 32% in 2011. Brief article 157
Facebook punished for privacy shortcomings. 701
GAO: IRS struggling to secure taxpayer info. 149
GARP[R]: a tool to drive internal auditing. Frampton, Joanne 2279
Google agrees to Wi-Fi opt out. Brief article 318
Google calls for new online data rules. Brief article 263
Judge orders the release of twitter data. 472
Judge: warrantless cell phone tracking illegal. 566
Library of Congress, Twitter agree to archive tweets. Brief article 198
NASA technology helps preserve Vatican manuscripts. Brief article 160
Penn State exempt from open records laws. 316
Proposal to improve FOIA stuck in bureaucracy. 325
RSD. Brief article 121
Smoothing the turbulence: Project Management strategies for the changing workplace. Dearstyne, Bruce W. 2897
The cloud may not save you money. Brief article 254
Treasury Dept. retools FOIA process. Brief article 191
Watchdogs: FOIA exemptions climb 33%. 398

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