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13 June 2005

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» What the Morgan Stanley Judgment Means from DocuVantage Blog
Many industries have had notable tipping points. The point at which everybody woke up and said, ‘we have to pay attention to this’. Some within the records retention and document management sector say the recent $1.45 billion judgment against Morga... [Read More]

» What the Morgan Stanley Judgment Means from DocuVantage Blog
Many industries have had notable tipping points. The point at which everybody woke up and said, 'we have to pay attention to this'. Some within the records retention and document management sector say the recent $1.45 billion judgment against Morgan... [Read More]

» What the Morgan Stanley Judgment Means from DocuVantage Blog
Many industries have had notable tipping points. The point at which everybody woke up and said, 'we have to pay attention to this'. Some within the records retention and document management sector say the recent $1.45 billion judgment against Morgan... [Read More]

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Rob S

In my other life I work with corporations who must deal with Sarbanes-Oxley regulations and I can tell you that there are no two words that can clear a corporate boardroom faster. People sweat out their Sarbanes-Oxley audits like an individual might sweat an IRS audit. To a certain extent that's a good thing because it helps to keep corporations accountable for their activities. On the other hand, the cost of compliance and the complexity of the rules sometimes present an unnecessary burden to the companies involved.

Jackie Danicki

Yet another piece of regulation that the world would be better off without...

Jana

Sorry about the multiple TrackBacks, I had to edit the article to change the ' and " from Word and each time I re-saved it another ping would go out.

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