Compliance management helps reduce risk, enable quicker response to legal inquiries, establish trust and leverage information. Enterprise Compliance Management from IBM provides integrated compliance, records, analytics, eDiscovery searches, advanced classification, content collection and archiving and more.
IBM compliance management includes capabilities to manage all records –regardless of type, media or storage location - throughout their lifespan to help improve record authenticity, reliability, integrity, and usability. These compliance manager tools also collect, hold, manage, assess and intelligently cull collected electronic information to lower eDiscovery response costs and to form early case strategies.
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is the first integrated compliance management offering that combines software, hardware and services in a unified environment to help organizations achieve, sustain, and demonstrate compliance while assisting in reducing cost, complexity, and risk.
is an integrated, extensible, modular Content Collection and Archiving solution designed to collect, enhance and manage e-mail and other casually created, contributed and collected content. It is the next generation offering following CommonStore for Lotus Domino, CommonStore for Microsoft Exchange, FileNet Email Manager, and FileNet Records Crawler.
helps organizations enforce centralized policy management for file plans, retention schedules, legal preservation holds, and auditing.
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