The challenges that have evolved around information and records management  have led companies to implement a variety of solutions. But increasingly, these solutions simply aren't keeping up with the changing needs of today's business environment. The answer lies in looking for innovative approaches to developing architecture for your organization's IRM solutions. But where do you begin?

The immediate demands are for records retention and archive solutions, primarily driven by email storage and compliance issues. Nonetheless, you should start with your firm's broad needs across four related IRM areas: compliance, security, legal e-discovery and storage management.

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