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Track 2: Email: When Is It a Record?

Tuesday, September 22, 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Location: Auditorium 2

Presenter: Laurie Fischer

Track: Managing Electronic Records

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Over the past two decades, email has revolutionized business communication.  It has become a critical tool replacing many of the more traditional methods of communication, collaboration and transmission.  Consequently, email messages may be subject to information lifecycle management requirements for preservation, protection, retention, and disposition. Unfortunately, most email systems lack the necessary information management and governance functionality that allows an organization to control and manage email in accordance with its records retention requirements.  This session will examine whether email generated by the courts should be considered records and therefore require enhanced controls.  Further, best practices regarding the management of email will be examined, as well as the technical, operational and “change management” implementation challenges.  

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Laurie Fischer

Laurie Fischer is a Certified Records Manager and the managing director of Huron Consulting Group’s information-governance-consulting practice.  Huron is a leading provider of independent and objective information management and governance services tailored to address the increasingly complex and demanding regulatory and technological challenges of today. For over 20 years, Ms. Fischer has designed and implemented effective records and information management programs for organizations of all sizes and industries, including policies and procedures, comprehensive global retention schedules, electronic content management solutions, email management strategies, program gap analyses, audits, and reviews.  She is a frequent speaker and author on information governance topics.