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EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC) is the world leader in products, services and solutions for information storage and management that help organizations extract the maximum value from their information, at the lowest total cost, across every point in the information lifecycle. Information about EMC's products and services can be found at
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Last Updated: 01/26/12

EMC software helps organizations to simplify the tasks involved in managing information. The increased intelligence, protection, and flexibility we provide also helps to simplify the infrastructure on which information resides while increasing the value of this information.

IT departments typically spend most of their resources managing an organization's existing infrastructure. They need to manage all of the information that the organization creates and stores along with a huge number of applications, new rules and regulations, and networks of servers and storage. As a result, IT departments can only apply 20 percent of their resources to new business opportunities.

In response, EMC has pioneered information lifecycle management (ILM) software that helps organizations store, manage, protect, and share information.
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The Challenges of Deploying Information Rights Management Across the Enterprise


To successfully deploy information rights management (IRM) into the security infrastructure, IT professionals and security officers need to overcome the challenges around user authentication, content protection via policy, auditing and compliance. Here is a guide to the issues and how IRM can overcome them.

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Enterprise Rights Management Becoming Higher Business Imperative


Survey of IT and services firms shows ERM is a business opportunity in a range of industries including accounting, healthcare and consumer financial services. It is being used where information leakage is a primary concern, including client and customer communications and medical patient care. Read the research details here.

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The average knowledge worker wastes 9.5 hours/week searching for information, for an annual cost of $14,000 per employee. This demo shows you how EMC Documentum Enterprise Content Integration Services helps organizations improve accessibility, productivity and efficiency by connecting knowledge workers with the information they need from a single user interface.

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