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Electronic Information Deluge Putting a Strain on Records Management

Joe Mont | May 22, 2012

Despite increased resources and good intentions, companies are still fumbling when it comes to executing a comprehensive information management program that balances the unique needs of physical and electronic documents.

That's the overarching conclusion of the latest Iron Mountain Compliance Benchmark Report, an analysis developed from more than 4,000 compliance risk assessments with input from professionals in every major vertical market, conducted recently by the global provider of information management services.

The report found that the “deluge of electronic information,” means greater challenges for managing information in multiple formats and across many locations.

“[Companies] have pretty good programs for hard copy, but the electronic documents have increased the complexity of their world significantly. The worlds of electronic and hard... To get the full story, subscribe now.