The Donoma Blog

The ADA: Understanding Accessibility & Options to Make a Difference

Blog, OneVoice
ADA, Compliance, Accessibility
Did you know that the ADA requires that workplace technology be accessible? We are all familiar with some ADA accommodations. Software has become much more accessible, but accessibility in communications has been challenging. Innovations like Donoma OneVoice are creating a more inclusive and productive work environment. What is the ADA?…

2021 Update: Voicemail Archiving Now Mainstream

Blog, OneVoice
voicemail archiving
Voicemail Archiving: 2017 vs 2021 Back in 2017 when we first wrote about archiving voicemail, we posed the question: was that going to be the year that voicemail retention would become mainstream? Message Vault has been archiving voicemail since 2013. When it was first introduced, it was for a very…

Retention Policy Best Practices

Advice, Blog, OneVault
retention policy
Having an electronic records retention policy is vital in today’s digital environment. Archiving email and other communications helps organizations address several common issues: Meet federal and industry regulatory requirements to retain email and communications related to the conduct of business Support legal needs to retain and provide timely e-Discovery Preserve…

Ransomware: Why Traditional Backup Isn’t the Answer Anymore

Blog, OneVault
Ransomware, Archiving, Business Continuity
Communications have never been more important, or available by so many different software applications. Now business meetings happen at the speed of Zoom calls and Team chats. Business continuity has become about adapting the new norms, streamlining operations, and preparing for pervasive threats, like ransomware. Why are we talking about…

Business Continuity: Plan Now or Pay Later

Advice, Blog, OneVault, Thinking Ahead
Man hiding his eyes
IT Recovery Readiness: A Matter of When, Not If Ransomware has single-handedly elevated the C-Suite understanding of the strategic importance of business continuity. What used to be a “Fortune 50” problem, now plagues organizations of every size, vertical and type. Why? It’s safer, easier, bigger, and more profitable than the…

FERPA, FOIA & More: Why They Matter in Academic Archiving

Advice, Blog, OneVault
FERPA, Academic Archiving
In the US, public education institutions are required to both archive and protect a wide variety of student data. Often for extended periods of time. Academic archiving can be challenging. When done incorrectly or incompletely, there are serious legal, student privacy and compliance impacts. Archiving has become extremely diverse, and regulatory…

Beyond Compliance: The Dawn of Agile Data Retention

Blog, OneVault, Thinking Ahead
Data retention
With the recent major new feature releases on our OneVault archiving platform, it seemed timely to revisit Adam Famularo’s Forbes article: The Evolution of Data Governance. This analysis looked ahead to the real value of communications archiving & governance that stands the passage of a few years time since it was first…

Understanding Spoliation: A Real World Example

Advice, Blog, OneVault
spoliation, e-Discovery
What is Spoliation? No, it’s not spelled wrong. Pronounced “spot-lee-ation”,  spoliation of evidence is often used during the process of civil litigation. It arises when one side suspects or uncovers that the other party has deliberately, negligently or accidentally destroyed evidence relevant to the case. The spoliation doctrine is invoked when…
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