Preserving Email and Other Records: The Steps You Must Take and the Steps You Should Take.
San Jose, CA (Vocus) October 14, 2010
Taos and Hopkins & Carley are co-hosting the second event in Taos’ Leaders in Finance Breakfast series on October 21 in San Jose. The topic will be “Preserving Email and Other Records: The Steps You Must Take and the Steps You Should Take.” Dan Pyne, Shareholder at Hopkins & Carley, will be sharing his legal expertise on what companies can do internally, what should be done by outside contractors, the pros and cons of retaining email when not required to do so, and how to create an email retention policy that makes sense for your organization among other topics. Jeff Lucchesi and Kathy Burkle, current members of Taos’ Office of the CIO practice, will discuss record retention policy best practices from a technology perspective.
This will be an invaluable event for Bay Area finance leaders to connect with and learn from their peers and industry experts on this timely topic. The breakfast series offers an intimate forum where finance leaders can build community, network with their peers and discuss current issues regarding information technology and its impact on their companies. If you are an interested finance leader who would like an event invitation (or if you know of a finance leader who might be interested), contact Sobrina Tung.
Taos is an IT consulting and services company that offers expertise across the strategic, management and tactical layers of IT and engineering organizations. As part of the nation's IT landscape since 1989, Taos has the experience organizations need to help them achieve and sustain operational excellence. Taos is changing the face of some of the nation's most innovative companies with their diverse solution offerings, exceptional talent and thought leadership. Taos’ clients look to Taos first for advice, insight, and support, driving Taos to relentlessly focus on customer success. To find out more, visit http://www.taos.com.