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ARMONK, N.Y. - 18 May 2009: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that IBM Records Manager v8.5 received U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) 5015.02-STD v3 April 2007 certification. Certification is required for all records management solutions implemented by the DoD, other federal agencies and by many commercial organizations including the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). To earn certification, IBM Records Manager demonstrated that it can meet a multitude of mandatory requirements in both classified and unclassified environments.
IBM's Records Management offerings help organizations enforce centralized policy management for file plans, retention schedules, legal preservation holds, and auditing and are designed to help users streamline business processes and automate manual user and administrator activities throughout the record lifecycle.
"In today's environment, records management is crucial for ensuring information compliance with regulatory and legal mandates and controlling the escalating costs of legal discovery," said Craig Rhinehart, director, Compliance and Discovery, IBM Enterprise Content Management. "Our records management offerings help to deliver our clients a compelling return on investment while reducing risks and costs associated with managing electronic and physical records."
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IBM FileNet Records Manager v4.5:
- IBM FileNet Records Manager v4.5 received the U.S. Department of Defense's (DoD) Standard for Records Management (DoD 5015.2-STD v3 April 2007) certification in 2008.
IBM Records Manager v8.5:
For more information about IBM's records management offerings, visit: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/content-management/products/compliance.html
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