February 2011, Vol. 238 No. 2


Are You Saving Money With A Defensible Records Disposal Strategy?

Corporate data volume grew by about 50% last year and the budgets for that function grew by 0%, according to industry analysts. The explosion in data volume and diversity, including pipeline inspection documentation, is putting tremendous cost and control pressures on corporate information technology (IT) organizations. When 40% or more of corporate data is not subject to a specific legal duty and has no business value – the capability to quickly identify this “digital waste” provides a compelling opportunity for IT groups to dramatically reduce costs and free up strategic IT investment dollars. With flat budgets – and data volume growth estimated by on

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