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i-SIGMA Board Approves 2020 Elections Campaign Guidelines

As i-SIGMA prepares for its first formal election of the Board of Directors, the acting Interim Board has approved the 2020 Campaign Guidelines which describe the various ways the association will help candidates promote themselves and their message, as well as defines appropriate steps the candidates may take themselves to do the same. “We felt […]

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i-SIGMA Approves Richard Steed to Fill Vacancy

The i-SIGMA Board of Directors has approved the appointment of Richard Steed of Pacific Records Management and Pacific Shredding to the Board as a Director. With a half dozen records management and secure shredding locations throughout central California, the companies have been long-standing members of PRISM International and NAID, respectively. Steed also having served in […]

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Members Asked to Ratify Bylaws Amendments this January

To facilitate and simplify the forthcoming i-SIGMA board elections in March, the i-SIGMA Board of Directors will seek member ratification of three bylaws amendments by special ballot in January. “The bylaws require member ratification of board-approved amendments,” explained Christopher Jones, Co-President of the i-SIGMA Board. “Because there are more than usual, and because ratification of […]

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Board Approves Bylaws Amendment Allowing Electronic Elections

The i-SIGMA Board of Directors has approved a bylaws amendment that removed language that unintentionally prevented electronic balloting for the upcoming Board election. As the i-SIGMA CEO explains, “The bylaws permitted electronic voting by members, which is common in all associations these days. Unfortunately, they also contained an obsolete provision that required the re-opening of […]

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i-SIGMA Board Approves Officer/Director Appointments

The i-SIGMA Board of Directors approved the appointment of Brian Connelly of All Points Mobile Shredding (Stuart, FL) to the office of Co-Secretary, filling a vacancy that resulted from the resignation of Don Gerard, CSDS last month. The appointment of Connelly, who was already serving as an i-SIGMA Director, reflects his investment in the industry […]

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Registration Open NOW for the NAID & PRISM International 2020 Conference & Expo

NAID and PRISM International are bringing secure data destruction and records & information management opportunities into focus. The 2020 Conference & Expo registration and hotel room block, which tends to sell out quickly, are now officially open. Commit to growing your business in the 2020s! Secure Your Spot Today and Ensure the Best Savings!

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94% of Records Management Professionals Say Certification is the Most Important Buying Decision Factor

i-SIGMA Surveyed RIMPA Members to Uncover Customer Opinions in Records & Information Management and Secure Data Destruction This past July, the International Secure Information Governance & Management Association™ (i-SIGMA™) asked records management professionals about what was happening in their organizations. 94 percent of decision makers state that they are more apt to do business with […]

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i-SIGMA Expands Government Relations Monitoring Capabilities

  As of next month, i-SIGMA will begin monitoring proposed legislation with new state-of-the-art software designed specifically for that purpose. “We really had no choice,” said i-SIGMA CEO Bob Johnson, “There are simply too many regulatory developments to track manually, and stakes are too high to leave it to chance.” The new software will allow […]

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Board names Tom Schreyer, CSDS New Communications & Marketing Committee Chair

Having served on the NAID Communications & Marketing Committee (CMC) for a number of years, Tom Schreyer, CSDS of Affordable Shred out of Buffalo, IL had no qualms when he was approached about serving as the next chair of the i-SIGMA CMC. “I look forward to our team helping its members utilize all that i-SIGMA […]

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Still Time: ANZ Event Keynote Worth the Price of Admission

Most people rely on their intuitive instincts when negotiating, according to ANZ Conference Keynote speaker Michael Klug, which is the single most unreliable way to get the desired result. “This session alone is worth the price of admission,” said i-SIGMA CEO Bob Johnson. “Whether it’s selling, implementing a price increase, leasing a truck or changing […]

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