This month, leading industry publication Peer to Peer: The Quarterly Magazine of ILTA invited FileTrail to share its industry expertise on information governance. In particular, how new and evolving industry regulations are transforming the way law firms approach retention and disposition of physical records and electronic documents.
Our team is preparing to attend the ARMA Houston Chapter spring conference held at the Executive Conference Center on April 24-25. This event’s theme “Ambitions Realized, Milestones Achieved” focuses sessions on the latest innovations in records management and information governance. We’re excited to be returning to the city, seeing familiar faces, and making new friends.
Information governance means different things to different people. Recently, when leading industry organization IGI (Information Governance Initiative) asked its community members to help it define the term, respondents agreed that there are a wide range of activities that fall under the umbrella of IG. Those activities are by the chart below from the Information Governance Initiative 2014 Annual Report.
Recently, Law.com publication Legaltech News evaluated FileTrail GPS (Governance Policy Suite), and how effectively it automates IG. The review examines GPS functionality in-depth.
Starting May 25, 2018, organisations that collect and store data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries must begin complying with strict new rules around protecting customer data. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all organisations – regardless of their location – if they’re processing or storing personal data of EU data subjects.
This month, leading industry publication Law Technology Today invited FileTrail to share its insights about information governance (IG). As a leader in IG software automation, FileTrail’s team have a lot to say on this topic.