sponsored by Rand Secure Data
Posted:  07 Jun 2013
Published:  07 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  16  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

If you're like most organizations, you have a tendency to keep data on file just in case you end up needing it down the line. This may seem like a good idea from an e-discovery/litigation standpoint, but it can actually complicate these processes and introduce new costs and risks.

Check out this E-Guide to explore four records retention issues you may inadvertently be exposing your business to and discover the keys to integrating backup, archiving, and DR. Gain insight into best practices for identifying which information should be archived, the criteria and duration for each data type, necessary mechanisms and media, and more.






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