While work is in progress and once work has been completed, storage of electronic records is a key part of the content architecture puzzle. The primary issue in storage management is finding the right balance between quick access, document integrity, and low storage cost. It is also critical that the media types and lengths of retention in your storage strategy comply with applicable regulatory requirements (NASD, SEC, FDA 21CFR11, Sarbanes Oxley, etc.) to insure trustworthy and reliable digital information.

Software such as Hierarchical Storage Management moves electronic documents and data from high-speed magnetic disk through a series of migrations and backups to slower, more durable and cost-effective media such as tape and DVDs, and eventually to permanent WORM (write-once, read-many) optical disc or magnetic storage.

CDMS has the expertise to map your storage requirements based on user needs, budgets, and information technology architecture while ensuring that the plan meets applicable regulatory requirements.
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