According to a 2011 AIIM survey, organizations are experiencing a 23% yearly growth in electronic records. This rapid growth presents a challenge to organizations that must comply with records management regulations while ensuring that the right people are accessing the right information.
To address this challenge, many organizations are looking to Microsoft SharePoint 2010. With its powerful recordkeeping capabilities, organizations can now manage their records using the same platform as they use for everyday collaboration and document management. But as with all sensitive content within SharePoint, it’s important not to overlook the security implications of storing records in SharePoint.
We’ve just released a new white paper on this topic called Records Management in Microsoft SharePoint: Best Practices for Security. This white paper will be of interest to records managers, compliance officers, and SharePoint administrators who want to learn how to:
- Implement records management file plans that achieve compliance and reduce corporate risk
- Enable employees, partners, and customers to securely collaborate and share information in SharePoint
- Use automation and metadata to ensure records management policies are applied consistently
Please visit the our SharePoint Resource Center to download the Records Management in Microsoft SharePoint: Best Practices for Security white paper, and discover how you can use SharePoint to easily manage and secure your corporate records.