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Legal IT Webinar… Prosperoware CAM for Managing Content Systems in the Cloud – 7th June

Added on the 18th May 2018 at 11:37 am
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Prosperoware, a leading enterprise software company delivering innovative technology transforming the business of legal and professional services, is hosting a live webinar on June 7th at 11am ET to introduce law firms and legal departments to the CAM platform for managing all cloud content systems, including iManage, NetDocuments, Microsoft Office 365 Groups, and Kira Systems.

Law firms and legal departments increasingly leverage the benefits of cloud (hosted) solutions, including the growing use of Microsoft Office365, as well as various SaaS vendors for document management (DMS), deal rooms, extranets, eDiscovery, litigation support, and more.

Cloud offers greater flexibility but introduces new complexity to provisioning, integration, information governance, security management, and cost allocation derived from critical data management gaps, including:

• IT teams that previously relied on SQL tools to manage and integrate on premises systems lose that capability in the cloud
• For many cloud systems, client-matter identifiers are optional metadata.
• Lawyers and other professionals provision matters in those systems and fail to assign appropriate client-matter numbers, leaving firms unable to properly track, manage, and govern them.
Please join company CEO, Keith Lipman on Thursday, June 7th at 11am ET for the live webinar as he discusses how these large challenges are solved with the introduction of CAM as well as the first two available modules: CAM Provisioning and CAM ContentMirror.

Webinar Details

When: Thursday, June 7th, 11am ET
Who: Law firms and legal departments
Where: Live webinar
What: CAM for Managing Content Systems in the Cloud
Registration: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6514569401631193601

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