To Whom It May Concern:
I thought you might be interested in a book our association just published this month on compliance with technology and the law, specifically with respect to Sarbanes-Oxley. Information Nation is the first book of its kind -- to address the issues everyone is talking about -- the crises in America's boardrooms with respect to email management and compliance with the law. Recent lawsuits and corporate scandals have held CEOs and upper management responsible for electronic records compliance. Randy Kahn, an internationally-known prosecutor and Barclay Blair, a technology guru, teamed together to write this book that has already generated quite the critical acclaim because it is easy-to-read and provides 7 keys to information management compliance.
Win Swenson, Former Deputy General Counsel & Chair of the Organizational Guidelines Working Group on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, stated, "Information Nation is one of the best resources on compliance, in any risk topic, that I have ever read. Kahn and Blair have managed to craft into one superb, readable book the information both the novice and specialist need to create an effective Information Management Compliance program."
Andy Lawrence of Eastman Kodak Company and one of Business Ethics' "100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2003" said that this book is "A practical roadmap for implementing a successful compliance program. It completes the picture on information use in commercial enterprises by laying the foundation for good corporate governance, now a key strategic initiative for competing in today's global business environment."
For more information on the book or to read the first chapter, please paste this link into your browser: www.aiim.org/InfoNation
We would appreciate any coverage you could give the book or a link to our site. Let us know if we can send you a complimentary review copy.
Thank you very much for your time.
Managing Editor, AIIM E-DOC Magazine
AIIM, The Enterprise Content Management Association
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