iManage Records Manager (IRM) is not just for governance of physical records. With Record Manger Policy Service, retention and disposition of electronic records can be managed alongside physical records. Policy Service integrates iManage Work workspaces into the Records Manager interface by creating a pointer to each workspace. A matter’s electronic records, i.e., documents that have…

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Running DRECOMPACT command is like running a disk defragmentation on IODL Content Engines (CEs). It will delete duplicates and free up disk space on the CEs. iManage guidelines recommend running DRECOMPACT when the committed_documents count is higher than 20% of the documents count (both of these statistics can be found connecting to port 9000 on…

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New to iManage Work 10, the Flexible Folders feature in the iManage Work Client provides consistent folder structure and flexibility without compromising security. Whether you are new to iManage or an existing customer looking to move to Work 10, Flexible Folders is a feature both you and your users will love.

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As long time users of iManage, legal professionals have realized the value of document management. However, many people feel that it’s faster and easier to access and save documents using traditional Windows file shares. Well, those days are numbered with the pending release of iManage Drive.

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iManage 10.x allows you to configure sign on using SAML or more commonly known as single sign-on (SSO).  SSO is a newer addition to iManage authentication and allows for more secure connectivity to your iManage installation.  Prior to SSO you had the option of either explicit authentication or Active Directory integration.

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iManage ConnectLive 2019 was a great success and I heard great feedback from fellow partners and clients alike. The sessions provided much anticipated information on roadmaps and technical innovations. As a project manager, my focus was on the execution side, so I the sessions I attended focused on case studies, planning and implementation. I found…

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