On March 31 at 10am PT, we’re co-hosting a webinar with our expert risk consulting colleagues at InOutsource called “Dare to Compare: Must-Have IT Requirements for RMS Replacement.”
Hacking can occur in a number of ways. If your organization is a target for a cyber hacking, there’s not much you can do to prevent it. See how the NSA, JP Morgan Chase, and Sony Entertainment couldn’t help but be victims to malicious targeted cyber hacks & data leaks. However, if you’re not a target with a big red market on your back, then it’s still better to be safe than sorry. Take precautions by improving your information security so that an accidental hacking doesn’t tear down your organization. Here are 3 easy benchmarks any organization can check off, to proactively combat a potential cyber hack.
Disposition isn’t easy. Over the past few decades, a number of new federal and state regulations essentially forced law firms to get serious about document management. As a result, they invested in compliance, purchasing software solutions, like eDocs and iManage. However, these solutions failed to solve the disposition problem. Why? Because during this same period there was a dramatic growth in the volume and types of records that law firms needed to manage.
Now is the time to consider migrating out of your old and outdated records management systems into a modern and efficient information management solution. Upgrading your systems will improve productivity, minimize risks and reassess security needs. Choosing a new solution may be a challenge depending on budget, usability, and security requirements. Another challenge may be old legacy data or simply the hassle of migration when you’re talking millions of records. Before you take your next step, let’s focus on the top 3 data migration focus points your information team should understand well.
If you’re reading this, odds are you are looking to replace an aging records management software system. We’re hearing from most large firms that their software is either being sunsetted or it’s simply too clumsy and inefficient. As you surely know, both issues lead to high costs because aging systems require a lot of internal support. But we have it on good authority (our customers) that we can provide a better way.
Just as Tesla worked to create a solution for a greater number of customers, we engineered on to do the same. Keeping our core values in mind we wanted to stretch our reach and help more organizations. Now into the last phase of our road map, and bootstrapped the whole way, we began to dream about electronic document management without dropping our bread and butter, PRM.
Support requirements for outdated or sunsetted records management systems are increasing every day. And as IT support angles upwards, so do IT overhead costs. That’s why many applications managers are shopping around and evaluating replacement records management (RM) software for their law firms.
Is your Enterprise Content Management at the quality that you expect for your organization? Optimize your ECM system to be the best that it can be. Apply these 4 quick FileTrail tips to your ECM strategy, today.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, ever since the economic downturn of 2008 more than 10,000 jobs have been eliminated from the top 250 U.S. law firms. Translation? To stay successful, those who are left need to work smarter. In today’s competitive environment, record managers at law firms need to find opportunities to demonstrate their value. One of best ways to shine is by finding a replacement for their firms’ information governance systems.
Outdated records management software has become a high-profile problem for law firms of all sizes. Not only are many systems being sunsetted, others simply no longer meet law firms’ extensive paper and electronic governance needs. This situation puts many CIOs in a bind. Change is tough. And finding records management software that is easy to use by both technical and non-technical folks alike can be daunting. Faced with so many options, it’s sometimes easier to ignore the problem altogether.