Collecting and PreservingWebsites and Social Media      www.hanzoarchives.com   Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. A...
Archiving Websitesand Social Media  De ne web content  Why you must archive your websites and  social media  How to archiv...
How We De ne Web Content Public-facing corporate websites Blogs Forums, Q&A sites, membership- only sites Collaborative in...
How a Court or Regulator De nesWeb Content Whatever your web content and social media “is” technically... Courts and Regul...
Why Archive Your        Websites and        Social Media?        Of cial guidance on collecting and preserving        webs...
But Websites AreNOT Like Other ESI Websites and social media have unique properties that makes them different   Links to o...
How Do I Archive Websites andSocial Media? What Are MyChoices? Print the pages Backups Create PDFs of pages Buy a new CMS ...
Native-Format Client-SideWeb Archive  This is the most exible and reliable solution for producing web evidence   E-discove...
About        Hanzo Archives               The leading provider of commercial web               archiving services         ...
www.hanzoarchives.com   Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
See a Live Demo In Our Monthly Webinarhttp://web.hanzoarchives.com/how-to-archive-websites-and-social-media-for-compliance...
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In this slide deck we explain why businesses must archive their websites and social media. We then explain how you can produce the best web evidence by archiving in native format and why this is important for you, your regulators, and the courts.

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  1. 1. Collecting and PreservingWebsites and Social Media www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Archiving Websitesand Social Media De ne web content Why you must archive your websites and social media How to archive websites and social media Hanzo Archives → What is it we do and what this means to you Register for a Webinar / Live Demo www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  3. 3. How We De ne Web Content Public-facing corporate websites Blogs Forums, Q&A sites, membership- only sites Collaborative intranet sites, such as Wiki’s, SharePoint, etc. Social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, SlideShare, etc. All delivered over HTTP www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. How a Court or Regulator De nesWeb Content Whatever your web content and social media “is” technically... Courts and Regulators see it as Electronically Stored Information (ESI): Advertisements Customer Communications Representations Public Appearance www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  5. 5. Why Archive Your Websites and Social Media? Of cial guidance on collecting and preserving websites and social media has been published by Regulators and the Courts, for example: FINRA Regulatory Notice 10-06, SEC 17a-4, and NASD 3010/3110 Honorable Ronald J. Hedges: "no reason to treat websites differently than other electronic les" Bottom line → Web Evidence Regulators and the Courts expect businesses to treat websites like any other electronically stored information (ESI). http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usdepartmentofjustice.jpgwww.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. But Websites AreNOT Like Other ESI Websites and social media have unique properties that makes them different Links to other pages, embeds, and sites Complex and dynamic Embedded Rich media Contextualised user experience Websites have evolved to be more like applications than documents To archive websites and social media in a forensically sound way, you need a NATIVE FORMAT WEB ARCHIVE www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  7. 7. How Do I Archive Websites andSocial Media? What Are MyChoices? Print the pages Backups Create PDFs of pages Buy a new CMS Archive pages OR Native-format client-side web archive http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/2179910918/ www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  8. 8. Native-Format Client-SideWeb Archive This is the most exible and reliable solution for producing web evidence E-discovery, Compliance, Records Management You need a native-format client-side web archive service or appliance, that Can collect and playback all formats of pages, embeds, forms, navigation, and links Can re-create the user experience: browsing links, play Flash, ll forms, navigate Provides strong forensic information and metadata for the most robust evidence possible Print outs, PDF copies, or page-level archives do NOT provide this www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  9. 9. About Hanzo Archives The leading provider of commercial web archiving services Customers in healthcare, nancial services, insurance, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, government, etc. “It is impressive to see a web archiving product that can handle video, form posts, Flash and Ajax” — Sharon D. Nelson, Sensei Enterprises Inc “Industries where regulations dictate Web content retention represent the biggest opportunities for Hanzo” — The 451 Groupwww.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  10. 10. www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.
  11. 11. See a Live Demo In Our Monthly Webinarhttp://web.hanzoarchives.com/how-to-archive-websites-and-social-media-for-compliance www.hanzoarchives.com Copyright © 2011 Hanzo Archives Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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