SOURCE: NextPage

December 19, 2007 11:56 ET

NextPage® Gathers Compliance Executives From Some of World's Largest Companies for Summit on Proactive Information Risk Management

Three of the World's Largest Banks, Three of the Largest Global Professional Services Firms and Six Fortune 500 Companies, Including Two of the Fortune 10, Attend NextPage Executive Summit

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - December 19, 2007) - NextPage, a leader in proactive information risk management, today announced that it has successfully concluded an executive summit with business leaders responsible for compliance issues from some of the world's largest and best-known companies. Executives from Fortune 500 and Global Fortune 500 companies gathered to hear from industry experts -- including a keynote by Douglas R. Magnuson, managing director of Huron Consulting Group -- and share their views on proactive information risk management. Key issues discussed included:

--  Enforcing written document management policy on the desktop
--  Executing document legal holds
--  Reducing the costs of e-discovery
--  Integrating technology solutions into the creation and enforcement of
    written policy
--  Managing unstructured data
--  Achieving compliance to written policy without disrupting normal work

"We are pleased that some of the world's leading companies attended NextPage's first-ever executive summit on proactive information risk management," said Darren Lee, President and CEO of NextPage. "Their participation in the summit and interest in our technology further validate our unique approach to reducing the risks posed by an ever-growing amount of semi-structured and unstructured data."

"Our Document Retention application is powered by our core Digital Thread™ tracking and classification technology, which allows us to offer an aggressive product roadmap that includes increased functionality for auto-deletion and desktop legal holds, among others," said Tom Ngo, CTO of NextPage. "Combine this compelling product vision with robust reporting and auditing capabilities and compliance officers immediately realize the impact NextPage solutions can have addressing key elements of business risk."

About NextPage

NextPage delivers powerful document tracking services that enable enterprises to manage and control the risk of Microsoft Office documents on the desktop. With the patent pending document-tracking technology, enterprises can securely track the more than 7.5 billion Office documents that are sent as e-mail attachments, stored on users' desktops and removable media, or saved to centralized servers. The NextPage 2 Document Retention service increases document retention compliance, as the only product that lets organizations apply retention policies to versions on the desktop by purging working copies and posting final versions to a central server for archival and lifecycle management. The NextPage products reduce the cost of document e-discovery, prevent wasted time tracking down document versions and reduce the risk of documents. For more information, visit or email us at

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