Silver Spring, Md. — E-mail is arguably the single-largest source of information creation for most organizations. Yet for the majority of these companies, e-mail is poorly managed—if at all, according to recent research performed by AIIM’s Market Intelligence Group. The research concludes that e-mail has become the biggest content security concern for corporate America.

E-mail plays a significant role in insurers’ documenting decisions and in conducting the business of an organization. The enterprise content management association’s recent study reveals that only 49% of survey respondents are “very confident” or “quite confident” that they can, if challenged, demonstrate that their electronic information is accurate, accessible and trustworthy. Thirty-three percent are “slightly confident” and 19% of the 652 respondents are “not confident” at all.

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