Trying to develop an information management (IM) policy?

information management white paper


This white paper covers how to design and implement an IM policy, challenges that may arise during execution, and reasons to have an information management policy.

An IM policy can save you money in the long run by reducing the amount of data subject to eDiscovery.

There are many things to consider when creating your IM policy. Some of the things you’ll learn in this white paper include:

  • How to take inventory and identify the types of records that must be retained.
  • How to implement and sustain the information management policy after it is developed.
  • What to do to ensure that vital data is not deleted.
  • Why an information policy is necessary.

Wondering where to start with creating your information management policy? Stuck on how to implement the policy? This white paper provides a road map.


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