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How to Identify and Evaluate an Enterprise DMS: The Final Frontier

In this third and final installment of our blog series on selecting a new document management system (DMS), we suggest seven critical questions that enterprises should consider when evaluating potential DMS products and vendors. Besides searching for a DMS that is capable of improving operational efficiency, reducing costs, and increasing workforce productivity, it is also important to identify(...)

How to Identify and Evaluate an Enterprise DMS: Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog series, we discussed several considerations to take into account when selecting a new document management system (DMS), including scalability, accessibility, security, design, and integration. Here, we focus on various technical and functional capabilities and security features that may also prove helpful in identifying the most appropriate DMS solution for your specific ent(...)

Taking Care of Business: Keeping Up with Data Privacy Regulations

Since adoption of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016, government entities around the word have been proposing and implementing new data privacy measures with increasing frequency. In the U.S., several individual states are currently addressing the issue of citizens’ data privacy rights, with California and New York both recently approving new statewide regulations. Each(...)

How to Identify and Evaluate an Enterprise DMS: Part 1

When selecting a document management system (DMS) to assist with various organizational requirements, enterprises should seek a multi-pronged solution — one that functions as both a secure collaboration platform and document repository, enables automated information management and classification, and is highly compatible and scalable. The need to identify the right DMS for your organization is (...)

The Three C’s of Legal Practice Transformation

A technology-based approach to future-proofing your legal department Legal departments are always looking for ways to limit risk for their organizations. When a legal department itself is not prepared for changes in economic or regulatory circumstances, it could be courting real disaster. Members of the general counsel’s team who fail to implement effective compliance, collaboration, and case m(...)
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