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Prevent chaos and prove compliance!

Managing the lifecycle of records prevents content chaos and proves compliance amid the myriad of regulations. Privacy and cyber regulations shine a spotlight on record management as they mandate data retention and minimization.

Record management challenges are not governed using technology alone. People and processes make up the focal point of a successful program.

Key features of a solid record management program are:

Automation


Automation

Automate the record lifecycle to ensure information governance best practices and reduce human errors

Storage


Storage

Store and propagate the organization’s record retention schedule from a central location

Record capture


Record capture

Automate record capture whether from people or systems

Organization and availability


Organization and availability

Keep records secure yet readily available when needed for business decision making, regulatory compliance, eDiscovery, and daily reference

Legal holds


Legal holds

Suspend normal disposition in support of legal holds

Data clean-up


Data clean-up

Regularly dispose of records that have passed their retention periods to reduce costs and legal liabilities

Realizing your Record Management goals:

Records show evidence of an organization’s activity; thus, the capture, declaration, classification, storage, and disposal of electronic and physical records must be a part of an organization’s strategic information governance decisions.

At ID, we’ll work with you to realize your record management goals. We will establish the unique combination of people, processes, and technology to ensure record compliance and security to provide improved efficiency and lower costs.
Record management challenges are not governed using technology alone. People and processes make up the focal point of a successful program.

Key features of a solid record management program are:

Automation

Automate the record lifecycle to ensure information governance best practices and reduce human errors

Storage

Store and propagate the organization’s record retention schedule from a central location

Record capture

Automate record capture whether from people or systems

Organization and availability

Keep records secure yet readily available when needed for business decision making, regulatory compliance, eDiscovery, and daily reference

Legal holds

Suspend normal disposition in support of legal holds

Data clean-up

Regularly dispose of records that have passed their retention periods to reduce costs and legal liabilities

Free download: 7 Steps to File Share Cleanup