How much risk are you exposed to as an organization living with documents out of a structured repository. You know you’re sitting on information in legacy systems and shared drives. How much information is gathering on users desktops because they refuse to jump through the hoops necessary to upload information to the ECM. No one has time to be constantly uploading versions on documents being actively working on.
Exactly how much storage is being consumed by data outside of a disposition schedule or by those multiple versions scattered willy-nilly and otherwise unmanaged? How close to impossible is the eDiscovery process is in a situation like this?
Now if your head isn’t spinning enough already, think about those organizations in the midst of M&A activities that now have double the headache. How are they going to resolve their collective information and meet the SOX requirements in the 12 month window.
How does complete compliance in 7 days and the elimination of network shared drives in 90 days sound?
We’re talking about onboarding 100 or 100,000 users in a weekend with zero disruption of business processes and zero end-user impact. Bring your unstructured content under lifecycle control with maximum velocity — which is just a fancy way of saying you can actually meet your legal obligations with time to spare. CYA has never been easier.
Shinydrive doesn’t just get you out of your present situation but creates an environment where all go forward information is now in compliance. This isn’t based on best intentions or best practices, but by the fact it’s now impossible for users to store information on the shared drives even if it feels like that’s exactly what they’re doing. No more hoops to jump through - workers continue working the way they always have. What could be easier?