A few weeks ago, our team attended the ARMA Live! 2017 conference at the Orlando World Center Marriot. We were impressed with its forward-thinking theme, “Agents of Change,” which focused on the evolving roles of ARMA members everywhere.
We’re excited about the upcoming ARMA Live! 2017 conference at the Orlando World Center Marriott October 15th – 17th. The agenda promises many interesting sessions about the latest innovations in records management and information governance. Come by, say hi and sign up to win an Apple Watch or an Amazon Echo.
ILTACON 2017 was a huge success! FileTrail’s team met with clients, consultants, and law firms of all sizes throughout the conference. We were busy all day, every day, doing demos. Some people got to see FileTrail’s records management software in-action for the first time, while many dropped by to see a preview of our latest upgrades.
Firms today do not have systems that manage and process their retention policies or outside council guidelines (OCG) when it comes to disposition of old data. As a result, they continue overspending on of electronic documents and physical records past their destruction dates. Even worse, they are subject to unnecessary risk from the inconsistent application of their stated retention policies.
Law firms everywhere are now looking to replace LegalKEY because they’re paying annual support but they’re not getting any new product features or upgrades. The risk to firms in keeping older systems like LegalKEY is significant. However, some firms have been reluctant to upgrade their records management software because they don’t want to give up useful features.
Next week, May 22nd, we’ll be at the NetDocuments Elevate Summit in lovely Park City, Utah discussing important changes law firms are making to their records management technology. One of the biggest is with their NetDocuments Workspaces. Did you know it’s possible to deploy records management software that features full integration?
We’re excited about attending the upcoming Intapp Inception, San Francisco conference May 15th – 18th, 2017. The agenda promises many interesting discussions about the latest innovations in reco
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.