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Records Management, E-Discovery, Compliance > ViewPoints
The ability to find, hold and produce information when requested by a court or regulator is a critical responsibility present in one form or another in every part of the world.  Learn about effective eDiscovery or compliance processes to help shape any well-managed information governance policy.

On your mark, get set, Zoom: Starting off right in collaboration app e-discovery

Considerations lawyers should explore to get a handle on the role of collaboration tools and Zoom in their broader e-discovery landscape

How to hire your organization’s first knowledge manager

Common pitfalls to avoid and skills to look for when hiring your first KM manager

Review is not the most expensive part of e-discovery

Reviewing documents isn't what drives document review costs

4 practices to get your e-discovery process recession-ready

Re-evaluating your approach to e-discovery will prepare your organization for what's to come and ensure you are ready to weather any storm

The secret to successful e-discovery

A multidisciplinary advisory team helps ensure a higher success rate and fewer problems throughout the e-discovery process

Overcoming a key roadblock to digital transformation

To truly take advantage of digital transformation organizations must adopt new approaches to "records management" and a new notion of what information really means to the organization.

Your new year's resolution: Get serious about your consumer data privacy strategy

How an organization responds to CCPA and future-proofs itself against additional laws will dictate how well it will perform for years to come

Observations on KMWorld 2019

At KMWorld 2019, three themes emerged with much greater emphasis than in previous years

Leveraging Microsoft 365 for CCPA and GDPR compliance

Companies that already have or intend to invest in Microsoft 365 can save significant time and money by simply learning to configure and deploy various tools and features already included in Microsoft 365 to help meet privacy requirements

Next in Data Privacy Compliance: The California Consumer Privacy Act

Compliance with new U.S. data privacy laws requires the right information management strategy

Uncovering hidden knowledge with AI

Whether finding the best expert, the best template, or the most relevant search results, AI helps firms take their knowledge management efforts to the next level

How e-discovery requirements are changing: 5 questions with Relativity CTO Keith Carlson

Keith Carlson, Relativity's new CTO, recently reflected on the role of unstructured data, changing views about data privacy, and how the e-discovery space is evolving

The latest Facebook data breach—and how organizations can protect sensitive information

There are lessons to be learned by companies of all sizes from the recent data leak involving Facebook users' data, said ASG's Rob Perry

It is time for document intelligence

Organizations are communicating with employees and customers through digital means more and more every day.  Every company, government organization, and educational institution has a website in which they inform, interact, and provide e-commerce services with customers, constituents, and students. 

Fueling Sales and Marketing with Presentation Management

Large organizations use presentations to drive their business. Whether it be sales team members pitching potential prospects or internal marketing documents used to inform employees about brand updates, presentations are crucial to the success of every business. A sound presentation management strategy optimizes all stages of the workflow associated with presentations, and lets executives and managers view the entire process as a "presentation loop."

Why your DAM Needs an Asset Librarian

Across industries, from media and manufacturing to oil exploration and law, businesses have requirements that librarians are best suited to meet. Organizations want employees, authorized third parties and clients to easily access corporate assets (e.g., media, documents, designs, graphics, etc.) through a DAM system. Making that happen requires knowing how to sort and classify content, create, manage and govern metadata and construct workflows.

When Data Standards Fail to Standardize Exchange: A Close Look at the Unique Challenges in Today’s Healthcare Data Standards

While the industry grapples with how to create a standard that provides more stable data exchange than the current ones, there are solutions out there today that software vendors can leverage to reduce the pain.

GDPR Document Strategy Checklist

GDPR is a complex, sweeping law, and even though the May 25 deadline has passed, many organizations still have areas and processes to improve. Paper is often overlooked, and it would not be surprising if many companies failed to consider paper-based data when preparing for GDPR. As of today, achieving GDPR compliance only requires organizations to prove that they're putting their best foot forward and making their best effort to protect sensitive data.

Digitally Transforming in a Regulated Industry: How You Can and Why You Should

No organization is exempt from the increasing pressure to innovate and digitally transform its processes. The taxi industry, for example, learned this the hard way.Ridesharing startup apps like Uber and Lyft rose up seemingly overnight, flouting any regulations while state and local governments rushed to create them. The regulations did eventually come for the apps, but it was too late for taxis - consumer behavior was the changed for good. Now, urban-dwellers want to order rides from their phones and skip the manual payment process altogether, something taxis never were and still aren't equipped to offer.

Six Industries Benefiting from Blockchain Technology

After thousands of proof-of-concepts, blockchain technology has evolved from concept to reality. Organizations are now more confident taking their first steps on their adoption journey, and in turn, it is expected to make a significant impact on the economy. According to a World Economic Forum survey report, 10% of global domestic product (GDP) will be stored on blockchain technology by 2027. Benefits like decentralization, transparency, trust, immutability, high availability and security are much appreciated and have long been expected by many industries, especially those that deal with data and transactions.