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How To Archive Adobe Experience Manager Website Content For Compliance and Litigation Readiness

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as a cloud service comes with a few native tools for short-term back-ups and version control. But if you’re looking to create a legally-admissible, compliant archive of your AEM website content, Adobe itself warns that these features are, “not intended as an audit log or for legal purposes.”

WebQA partners with PageFreezer to Deliver Website Compliance for Governments

Woodridge, Illinois, December 21, 2016 - WebQA announced today that it has partnered with PageFreezer to expand its Government Public Records Compliance Suite within its GovQA division. This new partnership will allow GovQA to offer industry leading website archiving tools to its base of almost 1,000 state and local government entities.

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    Expert Advice: New Study Reveals Top 3 ESI & Litigation Readiness Challenges

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    Financial industry recordkeeping regulatory requirements like the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rules 17a-3 and 17a-4, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Rules 4511 and 2210, play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the U.S. financial markets. These regulations are not just bureaucratic formalities; their oversight involves ensuring that financial services firms adhere to stringent record retention requirements, essential for the transparency, accountability, and trust that underpin the financial system.