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Contoural webcast: Intro to Information Governance Series: Employee Behavior Change Management

In this class, we analyze the challenges in getting employees to follow Information Governance programs as well as review effective messaging strategies, communications plans and what the most effective training vehicles are.
December 13, 2018
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Contoural webcast: How to Leverage the California Consumer Privacy Act to Drive an Information Governance Program

The CCPA requires companies to classify, secure, produce and delete privacy information. Close inspection reveals that achieving compliance is primarily an Information Governance activity. In this webinar we discuss what the essential Information Governance processes required for compliance are.
November 29, 2018
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Contoural webcast: Introduction to Information Governance Part 5 - Data Placement and Defensible Disposition

In the 5th class of the series, describe data placement, its role in Information Governance, its impact on employee productivity and the role it plays in security and privacy controls.
November 14, 2018
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Contoural webcast: Introduction to Information Governance Part 4 - Achieving Litigation Readiness

In the 4th class of the series, we cover the difference between eDiscovery and litigation readiness and how Information Governance impacts eDiscovery.
November 02, 2018
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Contoural webcast: Introduction to Information Governance Part 3 - Overview of Privacy and Data Classification

In the 3rd part of this series we cover the different types of sensitive information, larger regulatory trends driving privacy as well as the role of technology in implementing data security classification.
October 24, 2018
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Contoural webcast: California Consumer Privacy Act Series Part 4 - Creating CCPA Training & Remediating Legacy Privacy Data

Rollout out of a CCPA compliance program is more than just policies. The key to a successful strategy is providing the right type of training, as well as remediating legacy privacy data. Furthermore, it is key to set up a sustainable privacy organization to manage ongoing CCPA requirements.
October 18, 2018

Contoural webcast: Introduction to Information Governance Part 2 - Modern Records & Information Management

In the 2nd part of this series, we cover what makes a modern records and information management program and how to execute a modern and compliant retention schedule.
October 18, 2018
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Contoural webcast: Introduction to Information Governance - Part 1

In the 1st part of this series, we define the who, what, and why of Information Governance as well as steps your company can take to get started on building an Information Governance program.
October 15, 2018

Contoural webcast: California Consumer Privacy Act Series Part 3 - Creating CCPA Governance and Processes

CCPA requires companies to be able to identify, produce and selectively delete consumer privacy information. In this third webinar of the series we discuss smart strategies for implementing data and Information Governance controls and processes.
October 15, 2018

Contoural webcast: California Consumer Privacy Act Series Part 2 - Creating CCPA Personal Data Inventory, Policies and Controls

The CCPA not only requires businesses to know what consumer privacy information they have where, but also will necessitate adequate data and security controls to protect this information. In this webinar we discuss smart strategies for developing CCPA personal data inventory, policies and controls.
October 04, 2018

Contoural webcast: California Consumer Privacy Act Series Part 1 - A CCPA Overview

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect on January 1, 2020, providing a relatively short window for companies to prepare. As many other states are looking at this legislation as a model for their own law, this law’s impact could be felt well beyond California.
September 26, 2018

Contoural webcast: Creating a California Consumer Privacy Act Action Plan

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020, providing a relatively short window for companies to prepare. While final details of the CCPA need to be sorted out by the CA Legislature, enough is known to start preparing now. In this webinar we present an action plan: what specific steps you need to take to get ready.
August 28, 2018
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Contoural webcast: Top 5 Reasons an Outdated Retention Schedule Will Undermine Your GDPR Compliance

A significant component of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require companies to retain personal data on European residents no longer than is necessary to satisfy the purposes for which it was processed. If your organization does collect and process any personal data, have you justified its retention through your records retention schedule or privacy policies? Companies need an up-to-date records retention policy and schedule to support both deletion and retention of critical information. Join Tom Mighell, Esq., as he discusses the top 5 reasons an outdated retention schedule can undermine your GDPR compliance.
April 26, 2018

Contoural webcast: Out with the Old: Paper Storage Remediation Strategies

You’ve got mountains of boxes stored away somewhere in a storage unit you’ve never seen. It’s likely that you also haven’t seen (or needed) a lot of the paper documents that are stored in those boxes. Many organizations are facing a dilemma: there are too many boxes that need to be destroyed, but it’s more expensive to destroy them than to keep them. What can you do? Join us on this webinar as we discuss steps you can take to cost-effectively begin to get rid of the old information you no longer need.
April 12, 2018

Contoural webcast: Renegotiating Your Offsite Paper Storage Contract

While organizations shift their focus away from paper and towards electronic information, they’re left with byzantine agreements with their offsite storage vendor without making sure that the current and future retention needs of the company match their vendor contracts. Taking into consideration the company’s records retrieval, records destruction, and overall needs is not usually at the top of the priority list, but it can save you headaches and money in the long run. How can you make sure that you’re not overpaying? How can you renegotiate your contract to match what you need?
March 29, 2018

Contoural webcast: You've Got Your GDPR Policy, Now What?

In many ways, having your Data Protection Policy in place is not necessarily the last mile, but the first. In order to be fully GDPR-compliant, you need to understand where all of your information is, where your privacy data lives and how it’s being secured. In this webinar, Contoural will address the roadmap you need to follow to achieve full compliance before the May 25th deadline.
March 14, 2018

Contoural webcast: Top 5 Tricks Your Paper Storage Vendor Plays to Keep You Paying Extra

Even though paper use is decreasing in companies, offsite records storage bills keep going up, and Legal often has to pay the bill. On average, less than 30% of record storage costs are actually the monthly storage fees. Faced with decreasing volumes, record storage companies have found other fees, surcharges and other tactics to keep costs highly cloaked in byzantine agreements and error-prone billing systems. This hands-on, practical session will review finding billing errors, figuring out where you really spend money, recouping fees generated from billing errors and how to save significantly going forward.
February 23, 2018

Contoural webcast: Creating and Managing a Global Records Management Program

Records management can be challenging for global companies that face a myriad of record retention requirements across all the countries in which they operate. Creating a compliant and accurate policy, and more important actually executing the policy can be daunting, especially for electronic information that easily crosses borders. Today many companies are upgrading their programs, adopting modern, truly global record management strategies that are easier to execute.
January 31, 2018

Contoural webcast: How Legal and Records Management Can Get What They Need from IT Without Becoming Tech Experts

From retention of electronic records to controlling privacy information to supporting e-Discovery activities, many responsibilities of in-house legal department and records management have a strong information technology component. Information governance technologies can have an overwhelming variety of options and configurations, and as a result, in-house counsel and records managers may feel they must become a tech expert to assert and get what they need. But this doesn’t have to be the case. Join us for this engaging webcast, where we will review in lay terms different information governance technologies, how they work, what options are available, and how they can be configured to best support legal policies and processes. You don’t need to become an expert, just attend this webinar!
October 26, 2017

Contoural webcast: Freshman Orientation: Records Management 101

Launching or updating a records management program can be a daunting task. Building interest in the program, working with other departments and getting employees to care can be difficult. As companies find themselves awash in paper and especially electronic documents, they face increasing pressure to properly classify and manage this information to meet legal and regulatory records retention requirements, privacy rules, and security needs.
September 28, 2017

Contoural webcast: How to Ask for Funding for an Information Governance Program

Often the biggest challenge of launching an Information Governance program is securing funding. Information Governance professionals understand the value IG programs bring to an organization, but the challenge is effectively communicating that value to senior management. How can you move your program’s funding from “should do” to “will do”?
August 31, 2017

Contoural webcast: How to Hire, Train, Manage, and Develop Objectives for a Records Management and Information Governance Team

Increasingly in-house counsel are responsible for hiring, training and managing cross-functional records management or Information Governance teams. Defining the role properly, hiring the right candidates and tasking them appropriately are critical to the success of these functions. Join Kathryn Hilton and Mark Diamond as they discuss: Hiring strategies for a Records Management and Information Governance team, How to define the required skill set, How to write a successful job description to establish or expand your team, and How to set first year objectives and measure key results.
July 27, 2017

Contoural webcast: Files, Files, Everywhere, Nor Any to Delete: Quick Information Governance Cleanup Wins

You’ve got a lot of Redundant, Obsolete and Trivial (ROT) files in file shares, desktops, SharePoint and other silos all over the company. There are just too many copies and too much ROT content dragging down your storage systems, making discovery much harder, and making it difficult to comply with your record policies. But while it sounds easy, hitting the delete button can be trickier than it sounds. A smart and quick ROT file deletion project that cleans up your digital house can work to lower costs and reduce risks. In this session we will discuss practical and tactical real world approaches to get rid of the ROT both quickly and defensibly.
February 23, 2017

Contoural webcast : Applying Records Retention to Structured Data

Historically, records retention programs have focused on hardcopy paper records in addition to semi structured electronic information like email, and unstructured information such as files and images. Yet surveys indicate that up to 75% of most data reside in structured systems – relational and other types of databases that house application data. These systems contain records, privacy information and other content subject to legal and regulatory requirements. Most organizations, however, rarely apply retention deletion and other governance policies to this structured data, creating both non-compliance and risk.
January 26, 2017

Contoural webcast: Rethinking Email and File Strategies: Making it Easy for Employees to Apply Retention, Security, Collaboration and Disposition

Multiple copies of unstructured data live everywhere -- on desktops, laptops, file shares, removable media, cloud shares, SharePoint, etc.. But before you can organize, you need to first answer some basic questions: Where is the right place for specific content to live? How and where do we keep as few copies as possible? Who can and should have access to what? How do we make it easy to apply both retention and data security, while still enabling classification. In this webinar Greg Forest of Contoural will discuss creating a data placement strategy, making governance frameworks not only easy for employees to follow, but enabling them to be more productive.
December 08, 2016

Contoural webcast: Preventing Employees From Hoarding Documents

Taking a “save everything forever” approach and employee hoarding of e-mails, files and other types of electronic documents are burying organizations under mountains of data, exposing them to privacy risks, increasing costs and risks of eDiscovery, as well as sapping productivity from employees who spend hours every week looking for information. Yet many company’s efforts at aggressively deleting electronic documents are either ineffective or worse, they have the unintended effect of driving “underground archiving” whereby employees save information in unsecured locations. In this Contoural Webinar, Mark Diamond addresses real-world strategies for changing from a “hoarding” culture to a more compliant “smart saving” environment.
November 17, 2016

Contoural webcast : Creating Easier-To-Execute and More Compliant Records Retention Schedules for Managing Electronic Information

Many record retention schedules started from within hardcopy, paper-based records programs. Yet today more than 95% of the documents organizations create or receive are sourced in digital format. Programs based on paper-centric record retention schedules are much more difficult to execute and ensure compliance, when electronic information is the dominant format. Is your retention schedule in need of an update?
October 25, 2016

Contoural webcast: Who Should Own (and pay for) Information Governance? Legal? IT? Or...?

As records management and other information governance programs increasingly focus on electronic information, companies struggle with who should own these initiatives. Is it legal or IT? Maybe another group? Who gets to determine requirements? Perhaps more importantly, who should pay for it? In this webinar, Kathryn Hilton and Mark Diamond from Contoural will present a survey of who owns and funds IG programs across both medium and large companies; three different program ownership models and which are proving to be most successful; building a consensus across key groups on what to save and not save; and how to successfully navigate and negotiate these issues among legal, IT, records management, compliance and other key stakeholders.
September 22, 2016

Contoural webcast: How to Delete a lot of Email Quickly and Defensibly

Sometimes there is a mandate to delete large quantities of emails and files very quickly, either after litigation or simply because senior management gets fed up with too much electronic junk. When needing to delete a lot quickly, traditional “manage and let expire over time” approaches don’t work. On the other hand, blanket, delete-everything approaches can run afoul of record retention and legal requirements. What’s an organization to do?
June 08, 2016

Contoural webcast: Applying ROI Models to Information Governance programs: An Overview and Case Studies

Before committing to Information Governance programs, many senior executives want to know the bottom-line impact: If we invest in this program how much will we save? What’s the overall return on investment, and how long will it take to achieve it? There is a lot of money to be saved in Information Governance, and increasingly companies are finding that this is not only something they have to do, but also should do to save significant amounts of money. Dan Elam from Contoural will discuss developing effective Information Governance ROI models, and how to use this information to help sell your program.  Four types of Information Governance ROI  Overview of ROI models  Dealing with complexity in large and global environments  Examples and case studies of ROI
May 12, 2016

Contoural webcast: Using Metrics to Measure an Information Governance Program

Information Governance programs often involve a number of moving parts across an enterprise. But how do you know if your program is working? Likewise, how do you demonstrate to senior management as well as courts and regulators that you have an effective program? Existing frameworks often do little to measure program effectiveness in key areas, and can serve as target benchmarks moving forward. Join Dan Elam from Contoural as we discuss real-world strategies for applying metrics: • Why GARP, IGMM, and other frameworks are ineffective at measuring program effectiveness • Five key areas of Information Governance program measurement • Measurement strategies in large, complex, and global organizations • Using metrics to establish go-forward benchmark targets
April 20, 2016

Contoural webcast: Protecting Against a Panama Papers Breach: What Companies Can Do To Protect Confidential Information

A Panama law firm suffered a massive data leak exposing offshore holdings of government officials across the world and companies should take notice. While the media has focused on the politicians involved, this breach also points to a more insidious trend: A new normal has come into place whereby it’s seemingly OK to breach information and the media’s “right to know” appears to trump companies and law firms’ rights to keep their confidential, sensitive and even privileged documents and data private. Traditional privacy and cybersecurity efforts are often ineffective against these types of attacks, and new, smarter approaches are needed. In this webinar we discuss how the “Panama Papers” and other similar attacks represent a new type of risk, where traditional information security approaches often fall short and key steps companies can take to protect themselves.
April 14, 2016

Contoural webcast: Cadillac, Chevy or Golf Cart: Choosing the Right Level of Maturity for Your Records or Information Governance Program

What’s the right level of maturity for your records management or Information Governance program? For most organizations a “bicycle” level program won’t cut it, yet do you really need a Cadillac level of maturity? Would a golf cart or Chevy do? If so, what does a Chevy-level program look like? In this webinar, we discuss how to explicitly choose the right level of maturity for you, why different organizations need different levels of maturity, why too low or too high maturity target can lead to non-compliance, avoiding the outside and inside influencers who may push you to the wrong level, and how to evaluate what’s good enough for your company.
March 16, 2016

Contoural webcast: Is It Time for Your Records Retention Schedule to Grow Up and Become Something Useful?

We don’t usually think of records retention schedules as exciting, but they happen to be one of the most important pieces of your information governance foundation. Many organizations consider records retention as something that they have to do, other organizations’ retention schedules have no way of being enforced. This webinar covers the different ideas to get your records retention schedule “off the couch” and become something useful to your organization.
October 29, 2015

Contoural webcast: Building a Real Business Case for Information Governance That Will Win Over Senior Management

How do we take such a diverse program such as Information Governance, that can reduce risk, cost, and in many cases move the business forward, and put it in a way that organizations can figure out what value it has and likewise put together a case for senior management.
October 01, 2015

Contoural webcast: 6 Lessons Corporate America Can Learn from Hillary’s Email Troubles

This webinar covers lessons that can be learned from the state department and many other issues we are hearing on the news. Likewise, there are many lessons that organizations can apply in regards to e-mail.
August 28, 2015

Contoural Webcast: Applying Records Retention and Information Governance to Office 365

Office 365 adoption raises a host of Information Governance questions, this webinar addresses many of those questions. Learn more about specific O365 deployment options, implementing governance policies for Office 365 components, Office 365 migration and employee behavior change management strategies, and Creating an Office 365-specific Information Governance roadmap.
July 30, 2015

Contoural Webcast: Creating an Information Governance Project Plan

A well-designed information governance program project plan with appropriate milestones and metrics can drive a successful program forward. This webinar explores key elements for launching an information governance program and how to incorporate these elements into a roadmap that meets your organization’s specific needs.
June 25, 2015

Contoural Webcast: Creating and Implementing a Data Security Classification Standard

Many organizations base their data security classification on either a single regulatory requirement such as HIPAA, or have multiple standards across different data types. Regulation-specific standards are often insufficient, and trying to apply multiple standards is difficult and confusing to employees. This webinar discusses how to create a single comprehensive yet workable data security classification standard that both ensures compliance and is intuitive and easier for employees to follow.
February 26, 2015

Contoural Webcast: Preventing a Sony like Data Breach

When Sony Pictures suffered a data breach, the perpetrators were not looking for credit cards or consumer financial information, but rather unreleased movies, employee emails, and marketing materials that when spilled onto the Internet inflicted financial loss, embarrassment and fear upon the studio. This breach was different in that the message being sent was that any company with confidential or sensitive information could be a victim. Unfortunately, most corporate information security programs are not set up to defend companies against this type of breach.
January 29, 2015

Contoural Webcast: Should Social Media Be Part of Your Information Governance Strategy?

Corporate pressures to use social and other types of newer media continues to build. Part of the business sees using social media as an indispensable channel for reaching a newer generation of consumers. Yet in many industries uncertainties about compliance and recordkeeping requirements make companies cautious to use these new tools. Unlike more traditional media, social communications occur on third party venues and with posts, replies, and retweeting it becomes a gray area where your responsibilities start and end. In this webinar, we review incorporating social media into your records management, eDiscovery, privacy and other elements of your information governance strategy.
November 20, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Do's and Don’ts When Launching an Enterprise Content Management Initiative - Real World Lessons for Successful ECM Projects

Will your enterprise content management (ECM) initiative really meet its goals and will your organization realize the benefits of content management, or will your system be underutilized with limited impact on the organization? Unfortunately, more than 60% of ECM initiatives fall short of their goals. This webinar discusses the do’s and don’ts when launching an ECM initiative.
September 24, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Creating Order from Chaos - Developing an Unstructured Data Placement Strategy

Multiple copies of unstructured data live everywhere, but before you can organize, you need to first answer some basic questions: Where is the right place for specific content to live? How and where do we keep as few copies as possible? Who can and should have access to what? These are all elements of a data placement strategy. This webinar discusses the best ways to approach unstructured data placement strategies.
August 28, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Preparing for the EU 2015 Data Protection Rules - What You Need to Know

In 2015 the European Union is putting serious teeth into its data privacy rules, threatening to fine violators as much as €5M or 5% of a company’s annual revenue. While full enforcement is still a year away, now is the time for organizations to start preparing for these rules.
July 29, 2014

Contoural Webcast: What’s the Difference Between Information Governance and Data Governance? Designing Complementary Initiatives

While information governance and data governance seem similar these two disciplines address different areas that when designed correctly can positively reinforce one another. This webinar discusses between information governance and data governance, and how to design complementary programs.
June 26, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Do You Know Where Your Privacy Data Really Is? Identifying and Securing Privacy Data Across the Enterprise

Data privacy breaches occur not only from unauthorized access to data in designated repositories, but often when this sensitive information leaks from its assigned home to file shares, laptops, devices, email and other unmanaged places. Organizations that only protect privacy information where it should be risk suffering breaches from where privacy data really lives. This webinar reviews how to identify what privacy and sensitive information exists where, how to remediate it, and how to set up an ongoing process to ensure that data is in the right place.
April 24, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Office 365 Record Management Strategies Email Retention, Discovery and Disposition

Many organizations are moving their email infrastructure to Microsoft's cloud-based Office 365 to take advantage of lower costs and higher availability. Savvy companies are using this transition as an opportunity to implement a smart email retention strategy, saving the right email for the right period of time to ensure compliance and increase productivity, while implementing consistent, defensible disposition of older, unneeded emails.
March 27, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Preparing for Dodd-Frank Recordkeeping Requirements

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act brings with it a wave of new reforms and requirements that is reshaping the regulatory environment for the entire financial services industry. A number of new recordkeeping and reporting requirements have already been imposed, with others likely to emerge as agencies work through the more than 200 new proposals and rules that are being written as part of the Act's implementation. Many organizations' current information governance, RIM, and ECM practices are ill-equipped to meet this new set of standards. This webinar covers how to prepare your organization for the coming wave of Dodd-Frank related requirements.
February 27, 2014

Contoural Webcast: Creating and Maintaining Data Maps

In order to ensure your organization is in compliance with contracts, applicable law or its risk-management plans, it is important for you to understand what personal data, ESI, IP and other types of sensitive information is collected and where it lives within the organization. However, this is often easier said than done. A data map tracks personal information held within in an organization and key data points such as how it's used, for what purposes and who has access to it. This session will identify best practices in data mapping for privacy, compliance, e-discovery and records management purposes.
October 31, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Introduction to Auto Classification for Records Management, Privacy and Deletion

Organizations are faced with a deluge of electronic documents, and trying to get employees to manually identify, classify or delete records, documents, privacy content and other sensitive information is increasingly becoming difficult.
October 03, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Going Global: 6 Steps for Developing a Global Records Program

Many organizations are transforming their US-centric records program into a global program spanning operations across many countries. In an ongoing series addressing global programs, this webinar will discuss six steps for developing a global record program.
August 29, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Incorporating Social Media Into Your Information Governance Strategy

Social media is just one of many types of information you can bring in under your company's governance strategy. The social media channel, down through which information flows, dictates the tools available for bringing use, classification, and retention into compliance with a comprehensive program. The ultimate goal is to mitigate corporate risk when it comes to the security of corporate data, protection of private information and litigation readiness.
July 25, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Developing a Smart and Workable Fileshare to SharePoint Migration

This webinar covers how to migrate unstructured data, specifically moving network file shares to a SharePoint instance, although most of what is covered can also apply to moving SharePoint to any other ECM solutions.
June 27, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Choosing Your eDiscovery Technology

SharePoint has the potential to allow compliant, secure, searchable and easy access to information. Yet many organizations struggle on how to best configure, and perhaps most difficult, migrating thousand, hundreds of thousands or even millions of files from file shares into SharePoint. This webinar examines smart and workable strategies for setting up and migrating information into SharePoint.
May 23, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Selling the Business Value of Records, Discovery, and Privacy Programs to Senior Management

Often the greatest challenge in developing records management and information governance program is convincing senior management on the need to support and fund these initiatives. Information governance professionals know that these programs ensure compliance, and make it easier for employees to manage their information. How do you effectively communicate this value to those that control the budgets?
April 25, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Going Global: Developing International Record Retention Schedules

Developing records retention standards for a single jurisdiction can be challenging enough. But what is a company to do when it operates in multiple locations around the globe, and across international lines? This webinar discusses where to start, laying the foundation got a global records retention schedule, sources to consider when identifying requirements, and strategies for handling local exceptions.
March 28, 2013

ITGRC Webcast: Seeing the Big Picture with Big Data Discovery

This webinar covers the following topics: challenges of big data discovery, a case study of big data government investigation, big data privacy and risks, the coming backlash against big data, compliance design considerations, big data or big content, and big data and big content challenges.
March 18, 2013

Contoural Webcast: Four Strategies for Managing Unstructured Data in Sharepoint

In the last few years it’s been about capturing emails but now many organizations are looking at unstructured data and how they can effectively employ archiving technology. Sharepoint is often not as straightforward to implement and aren’t seeing the results they’re hoping for. This webinar covers some strategies for SharePoint and how you can make it work to have an effective control of your data and use it to its full potential.
February 14, 2013

Contoural Webinar: Benchmarks for Measuring the Effectiveness of In-house eDiscovery Programs

We find that organizations have a very hard time measuring how effective their e-Discovery program is. Many organizations want to invest in this but are not sure what kind of Return on Investment they can get, in part because there are lots of different variables. This webinar covers how to build a framework and how to measure the effectiveness of an e-Discovery program.
December 20, 2012

Contoural Webcast: Information Governance Trends for the Insurance Industry

The insurance industry is seeing a number of changes and impacts with healthcare changes and consolidation in the insurance industry. This webinar talks about the information governance impact and what are the specific information governance issues such as litigation readiness and records information management controlling sensitive information. What do you need to be aware of?
December 12, 2012

Contoural Webcast: Addressing Legacy E-mail - PST Ingestion Strategies

This is an area that perplexes a number of organizations. What are you doing with old email? A number of different organizations struggle with this topic. Covers the reasons why PST ingestion is important and why it is an issue for many organizations.
December 04, 2012

Contoural Webcast: Benchmarks for Measuring Defensible Disposition of Electronic and Paper Documents

How do you actually get rid of stuff? What is defensible deletion and what are companies really achieving with their defensible disposition process. This webinar covers what we mean by defensible disposition and what an organization can expect.
November 29, 2012

Contoural Webcast: Managing the Records and Data Components in M&A and Divestitures

Records management, compliance, control of data and M&A investiture. There have bene many organizations that have been looking at these issues and worried. Oftentimes, organizations don’t spend a lot of time having a records component to their M&A. Why should companies care about risk management as an M&A component?
October 11, 2012

Contoural Webcast: Five Best Practices for Starting a Records Program

September 27, 2012

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