Archiving is essential to protect an organization for legal, regulatory and information management purposes. Every organization should archive its email, since email contains a wealth of information: messages sent between employees, business partners, supply chain members, and others; purchase orders; invoices; contracts; presentations; financial reports; marketing plans and other information.
However, in addition to email, there are a number of other data types that contain business records, including voicemails, text messages, content from collaboration systems like Microsoft Teams and Slack, video-conferencing systems, file-sharing systems, CRM systems, and other corporate systems. This has become especially true as tens of millions of employees are now working from home, using a larger number of applications – both authorized by IT and unauthorized – that are generating business records. Content from these systems should also be archived, since these records are just as vital for legal, regulatory and information management purposes as email.
In this on-demand session, hear from Michael Osterman of Osterman Research and Parker Pearson of Donoma Software as they discuss these issues, and what you can do to archive your business records more effectively.
Who: IT Managers, Compliance, Legal, Risk Managers, Human ResourcesACCESS REPLAY
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