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Ripcord Canopy 2.0–What’s New

We’ve been hard at work making it easy to search, share and manage your enterprise records from a single, management system — Ripcord Canopy.

 

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Reduce Paper and Accelerate Your Firm’s Green Initiative

Paper Is Everywhere Increasingly, businesses are “going green” and trying to reduce paper consumption as they strive to demonstrate their commitment to the environment, finances, and social impact. While environment-conscious technology has accelerated in other fields, records management practices have remained stuck in the past.

 

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Why You Need a Disaster Recovery Plan for Paper Records

Protect Your Records Like You Protect Your Data As society depends more and more on technology, it has become standard practice for companies and law firms to invest in safeguarding their digital data and IT infrastructure. Primary storage systems, backup systems and secondary sites with backups for disaster recovery are the norm. With these defenses in place, if anything unexpected happens, such as a natural disaster, data can be recovered quickly and business can continue as usual.

 

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How Digitization Can Revolutionize Record Keeping for Law Practices

Why Do Typical Record Management Systems Need to be Overhauled? Reliability is paramount when it comes to running a trusted, first-rate law firm. In order to prove reliable to clients, a law firm must in turn be able to rely on its record management system.

 

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5 Ways Going Paperless Reduces Risk for Your Firm

Increasingly, the world revolves around data. The legal industry represents one of the sectors most principally tasked with managing vast amounts of data. Still, many firms continue to rely heavily on antiquated paper-based record keeping.

 

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Managing Document Signatures in a Digital Age

If John Hancock were signing the Declaration of Independence today, there’s a good chance he wouldn’t use pen and ink. While the Hancock method — physically marking a document to show assent — has been around for hundreds of years, technology has changed the way we sign documents, improving both data security and efficiency.

 

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Not Just Semantics: Record Management vs. Document Management

The creation and management of records and documents is part of doing business in every industry, and retention requirements aren’t just a good business practice—they’re often legal necessity. But the first step in record and document retention is understanding the difference between the two. Although the terms often used interchangeably, they mean very different things.

 

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The Environmental Benefit of Shredding Documents

The arrival of a “paperless future” has been predicted for decades, yet the average American still uses more than 700 pounds of paper every year. Even as the information technology revolution has transformed the way companies operate, most office workers still print 10,000 pages annually, which amasses to a total of 12 trillion pages each and every year.

 

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