5 Key Components of the Successful eERDMS Initiative at the DOI

The eMail Enterprise Records and Document Management System (eERDMS) is the U.S. Department of the Interior’s (DOI) cohesive integrated information management program, supporting 98,000 users. eERDMS promotes public trust and transparency through the efficient records and document management of DOI’s missions and programs. In 2013 I was ‘on the ground’ during the initial implementation of Read full article →

Reach for the Cloud with a Shared Services Model

In February 2011, the Federal Government initiated an ambitious strategy to shift a significant portion of IT spending toward cloud computing.  The strategy clearly articulated the benefits of making the transition to cloud computing, including efficiency, agility, and innovation through the use of private, community, public, and hybrid cloud models.   Now, three years later, it Read full article →

The ERM Technology & Market Landscape: Getting Past the Hype to Reality

IQBG Principal of Information Management Priscilla Emery discusses what technologies have legs and how ERM vendors are differentiating themselves in this constantly changing market. The Electronic Records Management (ERM) technology landscape continues to evolve as the deluge of records and information makes dealing with records in a “status quo” approach impossible – if not downright Read full article →


The Department of Interior (DOI) has received some great recognition surrounding the eMail Enterprise Records, and Document Management System (eERDMS) that we constructed for them. This infographic is an especially useful tool for conveying the manner in which we were able to take a very complex, antiquated system and transform it into one that is Read full article →

Email Archiving

Authored by Mr. Ewan Macaulay, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) [LinkedIn] Is it time to rethink your email strategy? As the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of a company that is a leading provider of information and data management solutions to government and commercial customers, I have seen more and more CTOs and Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) Read full article →