Improving Paper Based Compliance Practices

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Improving Paper Based Compliance Practices
Improving Paper Based Compliance Practices

Improving Paper Based Compliance Practices

Date: Jan. 23
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT

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In today's business environment Security and Compliance initiatives are more important than ever -- across virtually all industries.  90% of organizations believe that they have lost confidential documents in the past year.  The cost of a corporate data breach can lead to loss of hundreds of millions of dollars, non-compliance with Federal and State laws and loss of credibility and trust from customers, employees and partners.  Recently, an Infotrends study found that only 52% of companies have scanning policies and worse, only 34% have document management systems in place.

Join this webinar to learn about the breakpoints in paper workflows that can put your company at risk and how to mitigate your exposure and avoid the spiraling costs of document management workflow breaches.


Featured speakers:

Anne Valaitis, Director of Image Scanning Trends and Professional & Managed Print Services Consulting Services, Infotrends
Dave McKanna, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing Manager, Nuance Communications Imaging Division

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