What if you could get your information assets under control?
Programs to ensure your information is managed optimally and efficiently and is protected against risk.
From the rapid expansion of records retention and privacy regulations to the increased number of litigation support and Discovery requests, you’re facing unprecedented information management challenges. And, while these challenges are placing increased pressure on your operational budgets, the risk of not addressing them is an even greater threat to your organization.
With Iron Mountain Consulting Services, you will be able to design, build, and execute practical, legally sound information and records management policies that alleviate the stress on your business and your budget. At the same time, you’ll be better positioned to meet growing global regulatory compliance obligations and be better prepared to mitigate the risks and high cost of potential litigation.
Iron Mountain Consulting provides expert advice that will enable you to:
- Develop and implement a comprehensive information and records management program that addresses classification, retention and destruction policies, and compliance monitoring
- Safeguard your organization from compliance and Discovery exposure through risk assessment, litigation readiness mapping, and regular program audits
- Meet new and emerging compliance challenges; social media, legacy data clean-up, and email management
Partnering with our expert consultants in such areas as record classification, email strategy and litigation readiness, you’ll be able to reduce the costs, complexity, and risks associated with today’s information management challenges. And, once your program is in place, we’ll provide the training and continued support you need to maximize your program’s benefits.
Document Workflow Consulting
Through Document Workflow Consulting, Iron Mountain helps you assess how well your current document management environment is supporting core business needs. We then help you redesign your document management workflows to achieve key goals such as streamlining business processes, integrating paper and electronic records, enhancing compliance, and reducing document management costs and complexity.
The Positive Effects of Information Management
Evidence shows that in today’s business environment, most companies take a reactive approach to information management — choosing to implement the proper measures only after an event has revealed a weakness and created the need for improvement.
Sue Trombley, director of consulting at Iron Mountain, has more than 25 years of information technology and records management and information management experience in a variety of industries. Her specialties are enterprise information management strategy, e-mail management strategy, and electronic records roadmap development. Trombley holds a master's degree in library and information science and is a frequent speaker at association events and webinars.