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Speakers: Hon. Peter A. Flynn, John Jessen, Hon. Craig B. Shaffer, Carol Stainbrook, Kenneth Withers, Esq.
How would you rate the effectiveness of the actions your organization takes to destroy eligible electronically stored information - pursuant to its retention schedule?
Is unneeded information being retained, because your organization cannot devise an effective process and obtain authorization to actually delete eligible information?
Are you finding that up-to-date retention schedules and a proactive Legal Hold process are still not enough to actually "get to destruction"?
In the 2011/12 Cohasset / ARMA International Electronic Records Survey of past MER attendees and ARMA members an astounding 66% ranked their effectiveness for "electronically stored information" as "marginal" or "fair". In addition, the highest goal for the next one to three years - with a 64% ranking - is to "Implement the consistent and routine deletion of ESI according to the retention schedules".
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