Solution Enables Companies To Audit Web Compliance

A new Web-compliance solution from Pleasanton, Calif.-based Documentum Inc., a division of EMC Corp., enables companies in regulated environments to manage Web-compliance requirements by incorporating Web content and records-management components of the Documentum ECM (enterprise content management) platform and online brand- and risk-management software from Watchfire Corp., a Documentum partner. The solution can help companies create, analyze, manage, deliver and archive Web content in a compliant, automated and auditable environment, according to Documentum. Components of the solution include:

  • Documentum Web Content Management: manages lifecycles of Web content; creates controls for approvals; stages/releases content and manages links; populates a common repository for compliant content feeds; accesses complete audit trails for reporting, and manages online and offline forms for consistency.
  • Records Management: enables organizations to capture and archive Web content as records; manages content retention periods and storage costs so information can be automatically routed to the most cost-effective storage solution.
  • Analysis and Reporting: The solution includes an executive dashboard to track critical online metrics, correlating visitor-behavior data with user experience, content quality, privacy, accessibility and compliance issues.
"Web-compliance efforts require the same controls, methodologies and infrastructure as document compliance, but the dynamic nature of the Web environment presents unique compliance challenges," says Dave DeWalt, president of Documentum. "With the wide range and scope of global regulations, adopting an enterprise-wide approach to managing compliance efforts is required."
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