A New Game Plan for Building a Retention Strategy That Works

Luellig, Lorrie
January 2012
Information Management Journal;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p31
The article focuses on developing and implementing a retention schedule other than records based on the business value of all information in complex business environment. For this, the stakeholders from records and information management (RIM), legal, business and information technology (IT) units are brought together and costs and risks are lowered. Around 100,000 international laws and regulations are relevant to Forbes Global 1000 companies. The process should include a transparent legal framework. Also, the retention schedules must be directly tied to the location of information.


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