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Save More, Intelligently

Document Retention and Management Best Practices Ensure Compliance, Reduce Liability and Meet Business Needs
The first white paper in this series addressed the issues associated with data retention, including business drivers such as regulatory compliance, litigation and business productivity. It also described some of the legal issues and practical difficulties with deletion-centric policies and practices. In this paper, we turn our attention to the benefits of saving more documents intelligently, and expand on a number of Best Practices to deal with these issues. 

The explosion of electronic documents, along with new regulations, new trends in litigation discovery and end-user behavior require organizations to re-think their document retention strategies. Previous policies of deleting documents, e-mail and other types of electronic information can put organizations at significant risk of not being in compliance and increased liability and are nearly impossible to enforce. This White Paper addresses the best practices that address these retention issues.



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