Recall Holdings Limited, an information management solutions provider, recently announced the general availability of Recall CommandIG.
CommandIG is a secure cloud-based or on-premise information governance solution that enables companies to easily govern paper records and digital information wherever it resides and address the challenges of secure collaboration. Whether a company operates locally, regionally or globally, CommandIG is fully configurable to support the information governance requirements for companies of all sizes, in any industry.
Organizational benefits of CommandIG include:
Comprehensive governance control: CommandIG allows an organization to automatically apply retention policies to assist in complying with applicable laws and regulations. CommandIG also facilitates management from retention to disposition, as well as federated search and legal hold, across content repositories managed either by Recall or other information repositories, including FileNet, SharePoint, Documentum and network drives that reside behind the corporate firewall.
Efficient collaboration: CommandIG allows organizations to manage all physical and digital information no matter where it resides across the company’s local, regional, and international boundaries. Whether day-to-day searches or something more comprehensive, like an audit, organizations no longer need to waste unnecessary time searching for documents.
Greater regulatory compliance: As compliance regulations emerge and evolve in each of the countries an organization operates, CommandIG has the power and flexibility to keep up with and adhere to mandates that ensure compliance. CommandIG is fully HIPAA and PCI DSS compliant and ISO 27001:2013 and EU/Swiss Safe Harbor compliant.
CommandIG is delivered in three easily configured packages, depending upon the organization’s requirements. The standard subscription package, suitable for small and mid-sized enterprise businesses and many departments in larger organizations, is priced at US$199 per month. Initial availability will include the United States, Australia, and New Zealand with additional markets to follow.