Many organizations face challenges when applying data retention rules to their structured information systems. Some of these challenges include mapping and translating the retention schedules to the systems and then applying these rules to the data that makes up the record. In addition, growing privacy concerns has elevated the importance of data retention in our systems.
During this presentation, the following topics will discuss:
• Building retention schedules to align with structured information systems
• Discuss “what is a record” when it comes to information systems
• Mapping retention rules to information systems and their records
• Various approaches to “retention enable” information systems
• How privacy requirements are impacting the data retention of information systems.
Core Competencies: Information Governance
Howard Loos, CRM, IGP, has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Records and Information Management (RIM). During most of those years, Howard worked as a consultant in the Financial, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas and Technology industries, as well as Education and Government. His specialties include strategy development, RIM program development, organizational governance, requirements gathering and software implementation. More recently, Howard has lead RIM Program Development teams and SharePoint implementations. Howard attended the University of North Dakota, where he received his bachelor degree, majoring in both Business Administration and Records and Information Management. He later received an MBA from the same university. Howard is currently serving as the Director of Records and Information Management at Brigham Young University and as the ICRM Mentor Coordinator.
What: Informational Webinar
When: March 22, 2023 @ 10:00am HST
Cost: Free for ARMA and Non-Member
Where: Zoom (link will be sent after registration)
RSVP by: March 21, 2023