AIIM publishes Case Study about EID’s Client HACA
Learn how EID’s client, the Housing Authority of Alameda County (California), brought order to reams of office files through the successful implementation of ECM technologies, as reported in a case study published by AIIM. http://www.aiim.org/documents/standards/casestudies/HACA_Case_Study.pdf
In 2007, HACA was nearly overrun by files stacked in every nook and cranny of the organization. The improvements through implementation of the ECM system have resulted in several efficiencies in getting faster service to their constituents. “Some of our workflow improvements are pure productivity improvements,” said Information and Technology Manager Jim McRoberts.
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California’s E-Discovery Rules
What Do the new California E-Discovery Rules Mean for the Practitioner?
The reality is that the new California E-Discovery Rules change very little about what is discoverable. Electronic evidence has always been subject to discovery. However, the change to the rules [citation] does highlight the additional responsibilities incumbent upon practitioners, Read more
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