Read our informative eBooks to learn about managing your information more securely and efficiently to free up valuable time and resources.
Whether your company is at the top of its game or struggling under a flood of documents, this interactive quiz will show you the next steps you need to build a consistent, legally defensible, and cost-effect RIM program that will best serve your business.
How can you determine if a prospective vendor is your organization’s perfect match? Start by asking the right questions. In this eBook, we’ve compiled 38 questions within seven critical areas to help you thoroughly vet potential partners.
Continue Reading eBook: From Vendor to Partner: How the Right Records and Information Management Provider Can Transform Your Program
HR is playing a more strategic role in organizations, offering insight on corporate culture, employee acquisition and retention, productivity, and compliance. But many back-end processes are stuck in the 1990s, leaving HR teams to chase down paper or digital documents and navigate files and systems that don’t talk to each other. Continue Reading Infographic: How to Build an Airtight Business Case to Save Your Company Time and Money
When was the last time your law firm took a strategic look at the way records and information are handled? In our new eBook, learn how to create an effective, comprehensive RIM program that will reduce your firm’s legal risk and exposure to fines, while reducing your administrators’ workloads and storage costs.
Continue Reading eBook: The Modern Law Firm’s Guide to Records Management
It’s easy to let documents pile up — physically in file cabinets and storage boxes, and digitally in databases — but not quite as easy to organize, store, and keep up with lifecycle management and secure destruction. Learn the risks of outdated record management practices in our infographic, 5 Risks of Poor Records Management and how the right partner can help you reduce these risks. Continue Reading Infographic: 5 Risks of Poor Records Management
For companies that require legal compliance in their records departments, the return on investment (ROI) is most often cost avoidance rather than a true financial return. Continue Reading eBook: ROI of Records Management for Legal Discovery