03/02/2006 EU is holding documents Microsoft needs PDF Print E-mail
The Press Association today reports that Microsoft is claiming that European Union regulators are unfairly holding back documents that it needs to defend itself against antitrust charges, according to a letter its lawyer sent to the European Commission this week.

Microsoft spokesman Tom Brookes said "All Microsoft is asking for is access to our file.  This is a basic question of fairness and transparency."

EU spokesman Jonathan Todd said  "The commission accepts that companies have the right to documents which are necessary for their defense, in particular documents which give information on the allegations.  They do not have the right to the business secrets of other companies. Microsoft is very attached, as you know, to business secrets, its own business secrets."

Microsoft has until Feb. 15 to make a written reply, but says it has not yet seen the documents that explain how the commission came to its decision.

The EU has threatened the software company with fines of up to $2.36 million a day, retroactive to 15th December 2005, for failing to obey its 2004 antitrust ruling, saying Microsoft was refusing to properly share data with competitors.

01/02/2006 Free Retention Scheduling Software for SharePoint PDF Print E-mail
80-20 software have announced the release of their SharePoint plugin Retention ServerTM. The Retention Server works with both the free SharePoint services and Microsoft's SharePoint Portal Service.  It is designed to provide life-cycle managements for electronic documents and emails. Most interesting is that 80-20 software are offering this new package for free in the hope that it will generate interest in their other products.

For more information visit the 80-20 website
31/01/2006 Enron trial begins PDF Print E-mail
Opening statements are to be delivered today by both the defence and prosecution lawyers in the trial of Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, former bosses of Enron.  Both men claim their innocence.
27/01/2006 Computer Misuse Act to be updated PDF Print E-mail
Proposals contained within a Private Member’s Bill to amend the 1990 Computer Misuse Act (CMA) have now been included in the government’s Police and Justice Bill, which was introduced to the House yesterday.

The government has given its full support to Tom Harris MP’s measures to get tough on cyber-crime.

The full story can be found here.

22/01/2006 Historic manuscripts saved PDF Print E-mail
Cambridge University Library received a £285,000 National Heritage Memorial Fund grant, allowing it to complete the purchase of a collection of historic manuscripts, dating back to the 12th Century.

The manuscripts comprise papers accumulated or collected by various families whose main home was Hengrave Hall, a celebrated Tudor mansion built in the 1520s.

The full story can be read here.

19/01/2006 Retention for Automatic Number Plate Recognition clarified PDF Print E-mail
Home Office Minister Paul Goggins said data collected through Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technologies could be retained for up to two years for "justified policing needs".  This was In response to a Parliamentary Question asked last week.

According to Goggins, official guidance on the matter states that data can be held for "a period of two years in a 'live, searchable system'", although after 90 days all data is transferred to a controlled access database.

16/01/2006 Information Management Training Course PDF Print E-mail
From March this year Audata will be offering training courses in Information Management. Our first course will be in London on 7th March.

You can book online now by visting our training course registration page and one of our staff will contact you as soon as possible to confirm the details.
12/01/2006 Audata's InfoSeminar returns PDF Print E-mail
Audata are pleased to announce the returns of our very successful, free info seminars.  The next infoseminar will be held in London on the 23th of February.

To secure your place now you can book online here.
09/01/2006 UK DNA database grows rapidly PDF Print E-mail
The Government has revealed that the DNA from 750,000 juveniles has been added to the national police database over the past 10 years.

The database currently contains around 3 million profiles, set to rise to 4.2 million within two years.  This is equivalent to about 7% of the population.
03/01/2006 US National Archives set to be swamped PDF Print E-mail
According to an article written by By Anne Marie Squeo of The Wall Street Journal, at the end of George W Bush's presidency more than 100 million emails will be turned over by the White House.

The full story can be read here.

There are, however, obvious implications for the digiat preservation of the emails.  Look here for information about Audata's experience with digital preservation.

01/01/2006 Happy New Year PDF Print E-mail
Audata would like to take this opportunity to wish all of its clients a

Happy and Prosperous New Year

23/12/2005 Audata presence at Document Management 2006 PDF Print E-mail
Audata's Technical Director, Gary Johnston, will be speaking at Document Management 2006. 

Gary will be talking about document and records management within regulated industries and the impact of complying with those regulations, implementing validated systems, building a business classification scheme and defining criteria to assess which documents and records should be scanned.

The event will be held on Tuesday 21 and Wedsneday 22 February 2006 at the Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London.

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