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Records Management, E-Discovery, Compliance

Open Text partners with FaceTime Posted October 15, 2007

The new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have been in effect for about 10 months, so it seems a good time to take a look at how organizations are tackling yet another big information management mandate. We talked with leading e-discovery expert and Forrester principal analyst Barry Murphy about the scope of the new rules. Posted September 27, 2007

From a novelty just 10 years ago to the most widely used application in existence today, the adoption of email by businesses of all shapes and sizes has been nothing short of remarkable. The rapid adoption of email as the standard... Posted September 27, 2007

Email has become as mission-critical as any other IT system. As a result, organizations are evaluating their overall policies and systems for managing email, and IT professionals are being called on to address the most common email management concerns... Posted September 27, 2007

The year 2001 was a watershed in the evolution of records management as a profession. The compliance pressures that ensued have dominated how many organizations think about business content—how they capture, retain and ultimately dispose of that content. More recently, the goal is to become more prepared as a business that can thrive in an era of litigation and new electronic evidentiary rules. Posted September 27, 2007

In almost any circumstance, managing records across an enterprise is a daunting business challenge. Knowledge workers and fee-earners are generating content at a faster rate than we've ever known and have an increasingly addictive reliance on email—the most-used and risk-laden communication tool. Posted September 27, 2007

As the old saying goes: garbage in, garbage out. So how do you make sure what goes into your records management system is accurate, secure and retrievable? Has it been placed into the right container where it can be found again when needed or the right retention schedule applied when it needs to be disposed of? The short answer: everyone is accountable. Posted September 27, 2007

Most organizations have embraced, or are in the process of embracing, the need for some form of suitable, high-quality records management (RM) solution. The US government's recently passed Federal Rules of Civil Procedure has made the need for RM policies even more urgent. Posted September 27, 2007

The interest in records management and regulatory compliance has grown as corporate scandals have reduced the public's faith in major corporations and new legislation has put a new focus on accountability. Enterprise search plays a vital role when it comes to enabling effective records management and regulatory compliance and facilitating the associated information access and discovery processes. Posted September 27, 2007

For the world's largest, highly regulated industries—pharma, financial services, food distribution—managing business records to comply with regulatory requirements is just a day at the office. It's another Thursday; no big deal, been doing it for years. But corporate scandal, and (let's face it) predatory litigators have pushed the demand downward and outward. Posted September 27, 2007

Recommind automates coding, review and analysis Posted September 27, 2007

Posted September 19, 2007

Northern Light: SinglePoint, Open Text: Livelink ECM—Records Management, PaperThin: CommonSpot 5.0, QL2 Software: WebQL Posted August 31, 2007

EMC: Enterprise Content Integration Services , Exsys: Corvid, Global 360: G360 Enterprise PM Suite, Grokker: Grokker Search Posted August 31, 2007

Assembling this list is never easy, but for the editorial colleagues, analysts, integrators and select group of users who chose which products belong on it, this year has been especially difficult. Posted August 31, 2007

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Compliance is marked by ever-increasing complexity and an abundance of information. Software solutions are helping to ease the burden by automating and documenting the processes that are required for compliance. Posted August 31, 2007

TOWER and Vital Path join forces Posted August 23, 2007

Wave Software to process Notes NSF files Posted August 15, 2007

Recommind's Decisiv Email Posted June 12, 2007

Attensity automates fact-finding Posted June 11, 2007

Enhanced functionality for cxReveal and cxVerify Posted June 11, 2007

Government and business security policy is not yet sufficiently prepared to calculate the risks associated with the loss of sensitive data. A significant amount of security dollars are being allocated to keep, for example, Internet hackers at bay, but businesses are neglecting the threat against the data lying at rest on mobile devices that reside outside the security perimeter. In today’s business environment, information security is at even greater risk with the increasing popularity of mobile devices (e.g.; laptops, handhelds and removable storage media), and the ease in which they can be transported... Posted May 30, 2007

The case for records management (RM) gets more compelling every day. Perhaps the most commonly mentioned driver is compliance, although that buzzword has a broad range of meanings. Posted May 30, 2007

BPM with the Kofax Document Exchange Server Posted May 30, 2007

Business Objects to acquire Inxight Posted May 23, 2007

Vivisimo goes mobile Posted May 14, 2007

Clearview's Iriss simplifies ECM Posted May 07, 2007

Although electronic records management has been around for a number of years, it’s still in its early stages in the medical community... Posted April 30, 2007

Open Text takes the lead Posted April 23, 2007

Fortiva enhances suite Posted April 04, 2007

Targeting document-intensive processes Posted March 28, 2007

BI built on search Posted March 28, 2007

Announces xINET availability Posted March 07, 2007

HiSoftware releases Compliance Sheriff Posted March 05, 2007

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About a year ago, Dr. Michael Koenig wrote in these pages that unlike many business “fads,” knowledge management didn’t fall into the typical 10-year pattern of boom and bust, with four or five years of explosive growth, followed by a slightly longer period of almost equally dramatic decline. His conclusion: KM is here to stay. Posted March 01, 2007

Posted March 01, 2007

QUMAS Express eases document review Posted February 26, 2007

SmartDiscovery for 10g Posted February 12, 2007

Posted February 12, 2007

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