This is a complete guide to learning about e-document security and enterprise digital rights management (E-DRM) software for protecting e-documents both inside and outside an organization.
The... More > gaping hole in the security schemes of enterprise content management (ECM) systems is that few, if any, protections exist once the information is legitimately accessed. Enterprise Digital Rights Management software protects e-documents through their life cycle by attaching permissions (e.g. print, edit, forward, time of expiration) to electronic documents.
E-DRM helps organizations comply with privacy laws and government regulations that require assurance of the validity and integrity of documents.
Managers will learn about the key standards and players in the marketplace, uses and applications for E-DRM in different industries, and key considerations for selecting and implementing a successful E-DRM project.< Less
This essential 2012 report is the only one available in the world today that updates practitioners on the latest in standards developments internationally. It covers standards (e.g. MoReq2010, DoD... More > 5015.2), guidance (e.g. GARP), Best Practices and implementation issues for multinational organizations considering or implementing e-records systems. It also covers e-discovery and email archiving considerations, as well as crucial vital records issues, and includes sections on e-records retention and disposition, and SharePoint 2010 for e-records. It is the ONLY resource available today that covers U.S., U.K., European, Canadian and Australian standards for electronic records management. The research report covers all aspects of implementing e-records systems for global organizations comprehensively.< Less
The current fast-paced, knowledge-based business environment requires that business processes be continually measured, analyzed and improved. Business Process Management (BPM) is a key enabling... More > tool. The maturation of Business Process Management Suites (BPMS) to automate processes has exciting possibilities for businesses that can implement them properly.
This 52-page Management Primer is packed with BPM information to help managers quickly understand the concepts, methods, tools and techniques of successful business process management. It also educates and informs with clear definitions, vertical industry examples, industry standards and project caveats for implementing BPM solutions. It covers all aspects of BPM including Business Process Improvement principles, successful process optimization strategies, BPM Suites and technologies, the BPM Notation standard for mapping/flowcharting, a complete listing of leading BPM vendors and a comprehensive Glossary of Terms.< Less
This new book is the most current and comprehensive on the subjects of email archiving and email management, and details of email electronic records and their role in governance, compliance,... More > e-discovery and litigation readiness. Written by one of the industry's top experts, this is the essential survival guide for organizations today.< Less
A wild tale of Hank Clayborn, a dot-com executive who has been sober for 10 years. After the dot-com bust and a divorce, he resumes drinking and heads to New Orleans to become an artist. He settles... More > into the bohemian life of the French Quarter and makes new friends, while pursuing his art. But soon he is drowning in liquor and then he's in the middle of a series of murders of tarot card readers. He encounters various oddball characters as he tries to find the real killer.< Less
This 53-page Attorney Briefing covers aspects of email technologies and policy that corporate attorneys and in-house counsel need to be aware of to foster litigation readiness, compliance &... More > governance efforts. Includes preparations for the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing the e-discovery process. Authored by Robert Smallwood, Partner at IMERGE Consulting and expert in email technologies and policy.< Less