sponsored by SearchCompliance and SearchSecurity.com
Posted:  02 Apr 2013
Premiered:  02 Apr 2013
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Virtual Environment
Language:  English

In 2011, the department of a company whose records and information were distributed across shared drives, hard copy files, public email accounts, thumb drives, and iPads (to name a few) had arguably its first ever needs assessment (N.A.). This session explores the methodology used to conduct this early Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles® N.A., followed by a discussion of how the N.A. led to the selection of a Cloud provider to improve the organization’s dismal scores. Learning objectives include:

•           Prioritize usage of components of the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles®, based on lessons learned from usage on this case study

•           Analyze sample questions used to conduct the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles® Needs Assessment with sample results

•           Explore real world compromises taken on a shoe-string budget to improve scores

•           Identify key RFP provisions to vet Cloud vendors, based on Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles® Needs Assessment results


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