Ten years ago, records management for the legal profession was simple. Certain truths were simply understood: All information was privileged and protected and, because hard copies were permanently archived, scalability and compliance were not widely considered to be an issue.

As we all know, ten years can make a big difference. Compliance issues have been vastly complicated for the legal profession given evolving regulations across practice areas. Multiply that by the fact that, according to IBM, 90 percent of the entire world’s data have been created in the past two years. Further, employee ethics and data security are of grave concern, no matter what line of work you may be in.

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