Offsite records storage is a logical alternative to onsite storage.
Storage costs of business records are among the most exorbitant and unnecessary expenses across paper-intensive industries, such as law and insurance, today.
As companies look to advance in handling customer information, it's also important for their IT systems to address risk and liability in terms of secure data management.
Cybersecurity is an area all financial services companies need to tackle, however the task can be simplified with an information management partner.
Although disaster recovery solutions used to be expensive, today companies of all sizes can easily retain backup specialists to ensure their companies are prepared for a worst-case scenario
By embracing big data technology pharmaceutical companies are now able to better operate, however the confidential nature of medical informmation makes it vital medical firms embrace the services of an information management provider.
E-discovery is virtually brand new to the legal industry, but is gaining recognition quickly, including from the courts. Here are some e-discovery issues which attorneys should keep an eye on as the technology develops.
As technology keeps creating more ways to generate, store and disseminate content and data, how can law firms safely and responsibly implement these changes into their practices?
Records mangement is important, but implementation is difficult - a specialist partner firm can help.
Attorney Chad Burton chats about his virtual law office and the advantages it affords over a traditional bricks-and-mortar establishment. How can legal professionals learn from Mr. Burton's model and how to competently manage their data in doing so?