6 guidelines for restarting corporate records programs

Don’t just restart, rethink

Restarting your records program? As the economy begins to improve, many companies are either revamping or in some cases restarting their corporate records programs. The information governance landscape has changed in the past five years; technology can help you manage through the growing amount of information and new regulatory and compliance issues that you face. If you are doing a “reboot” then consider it as an excellent opportunity to rethink your practices so your program can add more value to the organization. Here are some key areas to consider:

1. Make electronic documents a central focus

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Mark Diamond

Mark Diamond, Founder & CEO of Contoural, Inc., is a regular contributor to Inside Counsel on Litigation Readiness and Records Information Management. You can e-mail...

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