Upcoming Webcast: Steps to Developing a Records Retention Schedule

Scott Paster
by Scott Paster
March 25, 2016
Legal Services Brief

According to Gartner, 60% of data kept by companies has no business value, but still carries huge risk.*

You probably understand the importance of having a records retention schedule that defines how long each piece of business information must be maintained. But if your organization is like many others, it faces complex challenges in maintaining and continuously improving an effective records retention schedule.

Join Canon Business Process Services for the next installment of our information governance webcast series, Steps to Developing a Records Retention Schedule. The date is April 6; the time Noon to 12:45 PM EST. Key insights will include:

--  Practical steps that you can take to begin developing an effective records retention schedule

--  Resources you can leverage to develop a records retention schedule that meets your needs  

--  A sample records retention schedule that you can use as a model for your own program

To register:

Feel free to visit the Records and Imaging Services page of our website for more information including industry trends, case histories, white papers and more.

*Source: Risk Management, Bottom-line Benefits from Records Retention Schedules,” Search Compliance

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