Robert Shlachter, trial attorney at Stoll Berne, shares how to protect your company from business litigation obligations and challenges. In the recorded webinar, which took place July 26th, Rob discusses many relative topics regarding e-discovery including: document preservation, social media, and consequences for not complying with e-discovery regulations.Read More
With recent website attacks on sites like LinkedIn, eHarmony, Last.fm, Formspring, and most recently Yahoo.com many people’s accounts were left exposed; their passwords out in the open. The list of hacked passwords also highlighted the fact that many people are using weak, easy to crack passwords.Read More
In 2011, only 7% of all digital consumer content was stored on the cloud. Yet, by 2016 that same figure is expected to rise over 5 times more, closer to 36%, according to Gartner Technology Research. So why the shift? Are people looking to go paperless, increase accessibility, tighten security, or cut costs? The answer, all of the above.Read More
Keeping track of these different records and the length of time to save them can get confusing so it is important to be organized from the very beginning. If you don’t find a suitable means of storing all of your records, they can quickly take over your office space. In addition, if you store them in a way that is not organized, you won’t be able to find records when you need them.Read More
The amount of time to keep records differs by type. Some documents and records need to be kept for only a year or a couple of years, while others need to be kept throughout the life of the business. Document retention is very important, but what is the proper length of time to store documents?Read More
This is part 1 of our 4-part Document Retention Series. In Part 1 we cover the types of business records that should be saved by a company.
There are few hard-and-fast rules about what type of records to keep. However, you need to save all papers related to your taxes as well as papers demonstrating that your business is legitimate and follows all applicable laws.
Right now, going green is going viral. Companies are constantly looking for ways to diminish their carbon footprint by ditching outdated business practices which are not considered “environmentally friendly”. Practices like the quarterly reports printed on paper, the lengthy plane trips to remote offices, and even the on-site board meetings have all become obsolete with dawn of the digital era.Read More
With stock option pricing getting attention in the headlines lately we thought it would be beneficial to our fellow financial professionals to find out more about how overvaluation happens, the many ways in which overvaluation creates problems, and tip-offs in an appraisal that suggest a potential overvaluation.Read More