How often have you found yourself looking at the PDF on the screen and scratching your head wondering why a word or phrase you are looking at on the monitor or printout just can’t be found in the PDF. Well you are not alone, and in fact very recently EID, Inc. identified the issue during [...]
The authenticity of electronic records is becoming as important as capturing and maintaining electronic content. Questions have been arising in lawsuits and criminal prosecutions about whether electronic records are reliable and trustworthy.
EID principal Robert Blatt and Senior Legal Consultant Jo Dunlap were joined by Steve Levenson to jointly present a Academy session on “Storing and Managing Official Electronic Records” The focus of the presentation was to assist annual conference attendees understand how to best approach tackling the topic of “knowing where your records are.”
If employees in your organization are spending more and more time searching for documents in the electronic or “virtual” storage spaces; or maybe they are getting creative to find that critical report yet still coming up short, you may want to put that dog on a leash and gain some control over the organizational information.
What is the impact of not having a trusted ECM system – just ask the credit card companies GalleryAuthenticating Evidence, Document Management, ECM, ESI, Information Governance, Litigation, Trusted ECM Systems
When the evidence of debt is challenged in court, many credit card companies are unable to meet the burden of “authenticating” their records – showing that the debt claimed to be owed them is accurately portrayed by the ESI records being introduced into evidence.