Help your business meet compliance regulations
Improve your compliance program by archiving documents the right way
If you’re in a highly regulated industry, like legal, financial services, or government, you know that electronic content archiving is the right way to go. It standardizes your content under a format that’s easier to manage and indexes it for future search and retrieval. Yet how does your organization put a solution in place that contends with the massive data growth you’re experiencing?
The technical challenge:
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We’re creating data at a pace and level of complexity that’s difficult to comprehend—and challenging for organizations to manage:
- Documents won’t open if their format isn’t supported anymore
- Active content causes content changes in archived documents
- Executable code in documents may contain viruses or malware
- Unstructured data, such as tweets and social media posts, increases the complexity of capturing and analyzing it
This means it’s critically important to ensure you’ve got a solution for standardizing the format of data and documents being archived.
The business risk of noncompliance is huge
Because of the vast number of guidelines for compliance, it can be all too easy for your organization to find itself in violation of an array of laws, including wage, hiring, labor laws, safety procedures, tax reporting, and many more.
The proof of compliance lives in your corporate documents. They’re the first thing any judicial body is going to want to see. If you can’t easily access and provide the necessary documents, it can result in:
- Flagging for non-compliance
- Payment of heavy fines
- Damaged company reputation
Steps for creating a smart, compliant archiving strategy
Make the text in your archived documents searchable, not static. Scanned files are just pictures without readable text so they can’t be indexed. To fix that, use a reliable OCR engine to guarantee that all your archived documents have searchable text that can be found by normal queries.
Ensure your documents can be opened years down the road by archiving files as PDF/A It’s an ISO-compliant standard that all PDF readers and editors must be able to open, now and well into the future.
Prevent viruses from entering your archive. PDF/A eliminates active hyperlinks that could be viruses, which helps protect your content and systems.
Regulatory compliance solutions at hand
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