One of the main goals for organizations when undertaking information governance initiatives is getting to a place of being able to defensibly delete unneeded data in order to reduce risks, costs, and search out real value.
National (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
TERIS will co-host "To Delete or Not to Delete: The Case for Defensible Deletion" on May 15 at 1 PM Eastern featuring expert panelists from the legal community, information governance consultants and the tech industry, discussing defensible deletion. The panelists will include Mike Frazier, Director, Information Governance/TERIS, Jennifer Feldman, Of Counsel/DLA Piper, and Rich Turner, VP/C2C.
"In today's digital business environment, data is being created and amassed at ever increasing speeds across the enterprise environment. The aggregation of this information strains IT budgets, conceals unmitigated risks, and also potentially holds unrealized business value. One of the main goals for organizations when undertaking information governance initiatives is getting to a place of being able to defensibly delete unneeded data in order to reduce risks, costs, and search out real value," states Mike Frazier, Director, Information Governance/TERIS.
The panelists will examine recent cases involving companies who defended their document deletion strategies. "Companies often worry that if they don't save everything, forever, they may be liable for legal sanctions in court cases, " noted Dave Hunt, CEO of C2C Systems. "We are hosting this webinar in conjunction with TERIS and DLA Piper to help educate companies that there are strategies for defensible deletion, and they can comfortable reduce their excessive stores of information."
The panel will also discuss how technology enables companies to mount defensible deletion strategies, and how Information Governance Consulting from companies like TERIS develops "best practices" so companies can implement such strategies.
TERIS is a full-service information governance and litigation support services provider founded in 1996, serving clients both within the U.S. and internationally through multiple offices.
Since 1992, four million users have deployed C2C's software for email and file archiving, e-discovery/ediscosure, compliance management, legal forensics, and PST management within their Microsoft Exchange environments.