You can't manage what you don't know.
Olivebridge, NY (PRWEB) March 16, 2009
ISSUE: A progression of legal, technology and economic developments/pressures have converged to transform e-Discovery and electronically stored records management from simple cost-of-business procedures into critical, complex functions with millions of dollars at stake, and sometimes enterprise survival. ESI and e-Discovery experts will address issues and solutions for maintaining legal compliance while reducing risk and costs in this new age of corporate transparency and accountability.
EXPERTS: Eric Sedwick, Senior Consultant, Fios Consulting, Fios Inc. <http://www.fiosinc.com>
Scott Rosenberg, CEO & Founder, Miro Consulting, Inc. <http://www.miroconsulting.com>
Christine Taylor, Analyst, Taneja Group <http://www.tenejagroup.com>
WHEN: March 17, 2009
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PT)
WHERE: To attend, go to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/234686507.
Dial-in: 312-878-0211 Access code: 169-608-456
DETAILS: As the SEC, software vendors and other parties become more aggressive and demanding, more corporations realize that effective records management processes can have an enormous impact on electronic discovery readiness and the organization's bottom line. While most companies have long-established policies related to boxes and warehouses full of paper records, many are struggling to keep up with their rapidly increasing volumes of electronically stored information (ESI). Industry experts will discuss records management issues including:
- eDiscovery and records management in the corporation: the challenge of managing unstructured data, the stakeholders in the process, and approaches to managing records in light of eDiscovery and compliance
- Key issues around records management, focusing on the considerable differences in processes appropriate to ESI as opposed to hard copy records
- Lowering e-Discovery Costs Through Enterprise Records & Retention Management
"You can't manage what you don't know." Peter Drucker
Miro Consulting (http://www.miroconsulting.com) has provided advisory services to Oracle and Microsoft clients needing assistance in managing the fundamental changes in their software licensing assets. This highly successful consulting practice has helped 400+ clients throughout North America to optimize their total cost of ownership. A privately held award-winning company based in Fords, New Jersey, Miro has overseen over $1 billion in Oracle and Microsoft transactions.
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