SOURCE: NextPage

May 19, 2008 15:56 ET

NextPage Presents Enterprise Strategy Group Whitepaper Citing Need for Solutions That Manage Unstructured Documents at the Edge

Paper Available at EMC World 2008 and MER 2008 Conferences and at NextPage.com

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - May 19, 2008) - NextPage, a leader in compliance and information risk management, today announced the availability of a new whitepaper by the Enterprise Strategy Group entitled "Extending Information Control to the Edge." The whitepaper outlines the risks associated with an exponentially growing amount of unstructured information that is created, shared and stored at the edge of the network and issues a call to action for enterprises to deploy solutions that classify this data by relevance to allow for appropriate policy enforcement and disposition.

"Getting information under control by classifying it and then managing each category with policies is one of the few ways organizations can mitigate risk, improve compliance processes and reduce electronic discovery costs," said Brian Babineau, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group and author of the paper. "With files and messages growing at such a frantic pace, it is nearly impossible to do any of these activities manually; therefore, investments in solutions such as those from NextPage that can facilitate the transparent classification and policy enforcement of unstructured information are no longer luxuries -- they are necessities."

The NextPage Information Tracking Platform is ready to address an enterprise's biggest information risk and policy compliance challenges by making it practical to track and classify unstructured and unmanaged documents, enforce policies from retention, to disposition, to legal holds and then monitor compliance across the organization.

"Document disposition has become a priority for most enterprises. The sheer volume of documents users generate, receive and save at laptops, desktops, removable email and scattered shared drives makes it impossible for them to correctly dispose of and retain the correct documents," said Darren Lee, President and CEO of NextPage. "The applications that run on the NextPage Information Tracking Platform help organizations transparently manage documents and correctly delete what documents they don't need, reducing legal risk and the cost of eDiscovery."

Copies of "Extending Information Control to the Edge" can be obtained by visiting the NextPage booth (# 110) at EMC World 2008 on May 19 - 22 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas or by visiting NextPage at MER 2008 on May 19 - 21 at the Westin Michigan Avenue Hotel in Chicago. A copy of the whitepaper is also available to download by visiting www.nextpage.com.

About NextPage

NextPage, a leading innovator in Compliance and Information Risk Solutions, delivers the only Information Tracking Platform that mitigates enterprise risk, increases document policy compliance and reduces the cost of eDiscovery by tracking and managing documents no matter where they are located -- hard drives, USBs, servers, or Email attachments. With patent pending technology, NextPage proactively tackles the risk by tracking, classifying, executing policy, and reporting on the compliance of all documents across the enterprise. The NextPage suite of applications is being deployed across large enterprises to manage information risk. NextPage has received top honors over the last year including 2008 InfoWorld Technology of the Year Award, a CodIE Award for Best Document Management Solution and KMWorld's Top 100 companies that matter in 2008. For more information visit www.nextpage.com.

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