In a recent AIIM meeting, top industry thought leaders came together to ponder the issue of why organizations do not handle their information assets as seriously as they handle their financial, physical, or human assets. The way an organization manages its information assets is what can set them far above and beyond others.
We’re excited about the upcoming ARMA LA conference on April 20, 2017. This year’s conference theme is focused on evolving technologies and keeping RIM (records information management) relevant.
When was the last time your law firm destroyed physical or electronic content, according to firm policies or Outside Counsel Guidelines?
Please join FileTrail in New York City for a presentation on: Meeting the Challenges of Information Governance: Content Lifecycle Management for Law Firms
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.”
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.
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.