Ace litigation and compliance requests through efficient governance and retention policies
Long ago, when organizations started maintaining and indexing their records, records retention schedules were derived from their physical records management practices which were primarily boxes records. Then they began capturing those paper records into different formats, from microfilm to imaging. In today’s times, we have a tremendous amount of electronic data and digitized documents that do not fit neatly into our ‘boxes’ for retention policy enforcement purposes. So, how can your clients deploy efficient governance and retention policies?
Join our Chat with the Lab session and learn how your clients can:
· Consolidate disparate sources for retention policies
· Map sensitive data to information components of a records series to aid compliance readiness
· Produce an information inventory of structured data and unstructured assets
· And produce a records retention schedule for a specific point in time, which is commonly requested in litigation
Speaker: Susan Whitmire, Information Governance Technical SME and Offering Manager, IBM Atlas Policy Suite