Time to Revisit Your Records Retention Schedule?
by Scott Paster
November 9, 2015
The risks and costs associated with poorly managed information are substantial. To avoid these challenges, companies and law firms are increasingly turning to experts with in-depth industry experience to optimize their records management and information governance programs. An effective records retention schedule is critical to this goal. It dictates how each piece of business information must be retained in order to maintain compliance. If your current retention schedule is inadequate, or if you don’t have one at all, it’s not too late to take action.
You can start by downloading our latest brief, "Take the Complexity out of Records and Information Management." The brief spotlights how you can optimize your existing records retention schedule or design and implement one that better meets your compliance requirements.
You also might be interested in visiting the Business Process Outsourcing Services page of our website to learn more about how tapping the right managed services provider—one with the right expertise, technology and capabilities—can help companies and law firms better manage their documents and information. Additionally, our website offers more on industry best practices, case histories and whitepapers.