Records Management Software

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Records Management Software articles. Records management software allows law firms to bring consistency to legal records indexing, retention, classification and hold management. Free information, white papers, case studies and press releases on records management software solutions and more are provided here.
Records Management Software Articles
    • Open Text Announces First Comprehensive System for Integrated Records, Archiving, Storage Management
      Open Text (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), a global leader in enterprise content management (ECM), today announced Open Text Enterprise Library Services which provides the industry's first comprehensive offering for integrated records, metadata, archiving and storage management for all content types across an enterprise.

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    • Thomson Elite Obtains U.S. Department of Defense Certification for 3E Records Management
      3E Records Management v2.1 from Thomson Elite has been certified by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) under the 5015.2 certification program. Thomson Elite is part of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) and a worldwide provider of business software to professional services firms.

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    • Microsoft Expands Enterprise Search Offering
      Today at Enterprise Search Summit West in San Jose, Calif., Microsoft Corp. unveiled Microsoft Search Server 2008 Express, a new addition to its enterprise search lineup. Search Server 2008 Express, which will be available as a free download, combines simplicity of installation and ease of use with a powerful set of search features, including new security-enhanced capabilities that help businesses connect to a wide range of information.

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    • FAQ: Privacy of Personal Information
      If you're like the average consumer, you're concerned about the privacy of your personal information. While there may be debate as to what constitutes personal information, I define information as personal if you would object to its publication, other than to whom you sent it or to whom it was intended to be sent. Generally, most people consider their credit history, finances, medical history, and perhaps home telephone number personal information.

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    • Independent Research Firm Touts Oracle Data Mining
      A recently published report by Bloor Research Group cited Oracle(r) Data Mining, an option to Oracle Database 10g, as an impressive offering at an affordable price. Using Oracle Data Mining, customers can find hidden insights in their data and easily automate extraction and distribution of business intelligence (BI), helping to increase business efficiency and productivity as well as return on investment.

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    • Thomson Acquires Baker Robbins
      The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) today announced the acquisition of Baker Robbins & Company, the leading provider of technology and information management consulting to law firms and law departments. The acquisition of Baker Robbins provides a powerful complement to the Thomson portfolio of legal consulting services, and will be aligned with the company's Consulting Services group.

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