John P Pironti

President IP Architects

Sarah Carter

Vice President of Marketing, FaceTime Communications

Steve Gold

Technical Editor, Infosecurity Magazine


Networking Data Archiving – it’s a whole new data retention ballgame

Date: 20 July 2010, 8am PDT, 11am EDT, 4pm BST
Duration: 1 hours

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Organizations around the world are using social networking to better their customer relationships (Facebook), prospect for new business (LinkedIn) and promote their events (Twitter) but what about the archiving and retention of these business communications?

You don’t archive? So why bother archiving your email? It’s all about legal and regulatory issues. And then there’s the problem of litigation.
You really must archive. But how?

This webinar will tell you why it should be done - including the regulation and legislation that applies today, how it can be done and, better yet, explain your options in what is becoming a fast-moving fledgling technology arena.

Along the way we’ll explain WHY you should archive, as well as HOW you can archive and the RISKS involved if you don’t adopt a sensible approach to what is likely to become a HEADACHE for IT managers as Web 2.0 technology marches onwards.

Join us for an entertaining and informative webinar in which we will:

* Explain the risk of failing to retain social networking content

* Detail the challenges of managing social networks

* Help you understand how better management of content leads to better results

* Educate you on how social networking archives can be integrated into existing email archives – saving on time, money and resources in the process.


CISSPs, SSCPs and ISACA members can receive 1 CPE credit for attending each webinar. You can earn the credit by simply specifying your number on the registration form and correctly answering 3 multiple choice polling questions about the program at the end of the event.


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