Saturday, October 17, 2009

News from the ARMA Conference: Friday

Posted by Mark Brousseau

ZL to Present E-Discovery and Archiving Best Practices

ZL Technologies, Inc., will showcase its Unified Archive platform and present two seminars at LIT-Con, the Legal information Technology Conference, co-presented by ARMA International and ILTA, Oct. 15-16, at the Orlando World Center Marriott.

ZL President & CEO Kon Leong, will conduct two seminars to educate attendees on how to recognize the emerging differentiators between archiving and e-discovery solutions.

... “Large Enterprise Email Archiving Projects Often Fail. Find Out Why” -- Friday, Oct. 16, 2:30 – 3:45 p.m, Expo Floor, Room 1230.Electronically stored information (ESI) archiving is still a nascent field that is expanding in scope and functionality. Most early adopters were compelled to abandon legacy solutions unable to accommodate an expanding set of challenging requirements. This seminar examines several key breaking points of archiving solutions, enabling decision makers to identify the criteria necessary for successful archiving deployments.

... “E-Discovery: Why Most Enterprise Implementations Fail To Make the Grade” -- Friday, Oct. 16, 10:30 a.m. – noon, Palms Ballroom, Canary 3.In the enterprise, archiving as a proactive approach to E-Discovery typically involves billions of documents. Without a unified approach to archiving, E-Discovery searches take hours or days to complete. This seminar will explain why and how E-Discovery software fails to serve its intended purpose, introducing legal professionals to the technological pitfalls of E-Discovery across the enterprise.

Laserfiche Presents Transparent Records Management

Laserfiche is showcasing transparent records management at ARMA International’s 54th Annual Conference & Expo at the Orlando World Center Marriott.

“Laserfiche Records Management Edition (RME) reduces costs, improves accountability and enhances security,” said Margaret Anderson, Certified Records Manager for Collin County, Texas.

Laserfiche says its transparent records management enables records managers to manage multiple software applications, multiple departments’ information requirements and multiple records series and retention schedules without raising costs or disrupting everyday work processes.

Laserfiche Senior Vice President Chris Wacker added, “Laserfiche RME improves adherence to a records management plan with the functionality users appreciate, uniting document management and DoD 5015.2-certified records management in a single platform.”

Collin County’s Anderson presented a session titled, “Implementing an Electronic Document & Records Management Project," to help participants assess the document management needs of their organizations and teach best practice tips for simplifying records management implementations. She outlined the critical steps for planning the implementation and integration of an electronic records system.

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