SOURCE: NextPage

June 04, 2007 10:05 ET

NextPage Presents Award-Winning Document Retention Application at the 19th Annual General Counsel East Coast Conference

Company to Offer Strategies for Increasing Compliance to Document Retention Policies and for Managing Risk of Documents on the Desktop

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - June 4, 2007) - NextPage, an information risk management company, today announced it will present its award-winning product, NextPage Document Retention, at the 19th Annual General Counsel East Coast Conference in New York City, June 4-5, 2007. NextPage offers strategies for companies to implement efficient document management that function within the way end-users normally create, save, send and delete documents. This approach dramatically increases end-user compliance, helping companies more efficiently manage their documents and effectively lower their document retention risk levels.

"With as much as 80 percent of a businesses documents being stored on individual hard drives, it is imperative that organizations understand the risk associated with documents at the desktop," said Darren Lee, President and CEO of NextPage. "Companies are increasingly turning to general counsel for guidance on document retention and deletion policies and strategies to help manage risk and increase compliance. Presenting our unique approach to information risk management at this conference is an opportunity to engage in healthy dialogue with a group of trusted advisors who can help their organizations and clients reduce document-related risk."

NextPage Document Retention, which recently won a CODiE award for Best Document Management Solution, is the only application that securely tracks document versions across e-mail, hard drives, removable media and servers. The tool increases document retention compliance, and 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. This product reduces the cost of document e-discovery, prevents wasted time tracking down document versions and reduces the risk of documents outside of central storage.

NextPage is a sponsor of the 19th Annual General Counsel East Coast Conference.

About the General Counsel Conference

This unique event, being held in both New York and San Francisco, provides General Counsel from around the country and representing a broad cross section of industries, the opportunity for information exchange and peer-to-peer learning. It offers an exceptional blend of recent regulatory developments, management insights and important business trends impacting the roles and responsibilities of today's General Counsel.

About NextPage

NextPage mitigates the risk of documents on the desktop by increasing document retention compliance. Research shows that document retention policies are failing at the desktop, only 60% of companies have written policies and only 30% of those actively enforce the policy. That means there is significant risk in the 7.5B Office documents created annually. NextPage delivers the only enterprise desktop information risk service that securely tracks documents across e-mail, users' desktops, removable media and servers and applies policy across the distributed desktop environment. Enabling organizations to reduce the cost of e-discovery, increase compliance and retain and protect critical corporate IP. For more information, visit www.nextpage.com or e-mail us at npinfo@nextpage.com.

Contact Information

  • Media Contact:
    Eric Anderson
    Coltrin & Associates (for NextPage)
    212-221-1616 ext. 117
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