Electronic Document Retention and Destruction: The impact of global regulations

Electronic Document Retention and Destruction: The impact of global regulations

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Multiple countries, numerous regulations and a variety of legal requirements complicate the creation of electronic records retention policies for global organizations. Attend this Webcast to hear a discussion of the primary business drivers for global electronic records retention, real-world best practices and how technology can be applied ensure compliance.

To ensure they are complying with myriad regulations, many organizations must put more effort into developing effective IT processes, technologies and operational policies for managing records retention and destruction. This Webcast provides an overview of regulations for records retention by country and discusses the global data privacy regulations spread. Learn about the significant role technology plays in records retention and best approaches for international records retention, including:

  • Developing record retention policies based on litigation, privacy, compliance, end-user needs and costs
  • Creating policies for all record types: e-mail, files, paper, etc.
  • Creating standard global policies with country-specific exceptions
  • Simplifying compliance and processes with default retention rules and using manual processes for limited exceptions

Speakers

Mark Diamond President and CEO of Contoural, Inc.

Mark Diamond is President and CEO of Contoural, Inc.  He is also one of the industry thought leaders in proactive litigation readiness, compliance, and records information management strategies.  Diamond is a frequent industry speaker, presenting at numerous Legal and IT industry conferences as well as online venues.

Galina Datskovsky Ph.D., CRM Senior VP Development, CA
Vendor:
CA Technologies.
Premiered:
May 17, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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