SOURCE: NextPage

September 12, 2007 08:03 ET

NextPage Presents Podcast Series With Leading Information Risk Management Experts

Industry Leaders Examine Challenges and Insights on Managing Electronic Records

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - September 12, 2007) - NextPage, a leader in information risk management, announced today that it has placed online a series of new podcasts with leading information risk management experts. Challenges and insights of managing sensitive enterprise documents across desktop computers, laptops and scattered shared drives are examined by industry leaders. These podcasts are now available to download free of charge at

Topics covered in the NextPage podcast series include:

-- The high cost of eDiscovery without effective information risk management policy and practices

-- The risk of sensitive documents on end-user computers and drives

-- Insights into the implementation of a company-wide, world class records management program

-- Structuring an information risk management strategy that aligns with business priorities

-- How "just keep it forever" document retention polices are changing

Experts commenting on these and other information risk management topics include:

-- Bob Williams, Cohasset CEO and Founder of Cohasset Associates, a records management consulting firm specializing in document-based information management

-- Jennifer Baker, Managing Director of Navigant Consulting, a global consulting firm providing operational, dispute, investigative, risk management and financial advisory solutions

-- Michael Haley, Risk Consultant for Cohasset

-- Tom Ngo, CTO of NextPage

-- Karen Strong, founder and principal of Clarity, Inc., an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) strategy consulting firm

-- John Jessen, CEO of Electronic Evidence Discovery, one of the top three eDiscovery software and services providers

-- John T. Phillips, member of the Board of Directors of ARMA International, management consultant, author, and educator

NextPage offers strategies for companies to implement efficient information risk management that functions 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 information risk levels. The company's innovative and unique Document Retention is an award-winning application that securely tracks Microsoft Office documents across email, hard drives, servers and removable storage. At any time, companies can view a real-time snapshot of who has what documents and where, enabling a more accurate and comprehensive application of document retention and disposal policy.

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 or e-mail us at