Data Preservation Strategy: What IT Needs to Know about Records Management, eDiscovery, and Compliance
"This seminar gave me whole new perspective on why we save data and what is actually required for saving data” – IT Manager, Major Financial Institution, Weehawken, NJ, March 25, 2008
If you’re an IT pro responsible for data management and/or storage, there are certain key trends that you need to be aware of right now. These factors are altering the way you need to manage not just structured data – but also rapidly growing (and traditionally ignored!) unstructured data.
On October 8 in San Antonio, you’re invited to a FREE half-day seminar where you’ll discover – from two of the top experts on storage technology and practice and legal compliance and eDiscovery – how changes in data usage patterns and regulatory requirements are affecting the way you should be managing data.
This FREE breakfast seminar is an invaluable opportunity for you to get out of the office and proactively address issues that you need to be aware of, but cannot be expected to research on your own.
For a seat at this exclusive seminar, apply online today or call Delegate Services Manager Amanda Lamb at (508) 621-5574.
About this Seminar
Join independent storage technology expert Greg Schulz, Founder and Senior Analyst at StorageIO, legal and eDiscovery expert Daniel Garrie, Principal, CRA International, and seminar sponsors Incentra and HP for ‘Data Preservation Strategy: What IT Needs to Know about Records Management, eDiscovery, and Compliance' coming to San Antonio on Wednesday, October 8.
If you are spending there time managing data and systems, you rarely get the chance to take a step back and hear about specific trends in data lifecycle/usage and legal drivers. This seminar is a chance to find out about specific factors that *will* affect the way you do your job – this is information that you can only get at this special seminar.
What Specifically Will You Learn?
- How to address growing amounts of unstructured data
- Insight into “new” data usage patterns that IT infrastructures are not presently prepared to handle
- Tips on managing both real and virtual data centers
- The concept of Data Preservation – why compliance is not the only challenge and archiving is not the only solution. What you need to know
- How to reduce your data footprint without leaving you exposed (by deleting data you might later need)
- Reviews of several common Data Preservation approaches: tiered storage, archiving, people/process/hardware/software
- 10 Key Statutes/Regulations that you need to stay current on – regardless of your industry or organization size/status (public/private)
- What data you need to preserve and the cost of getting it wrong (i.e. the risks in keeping data you could have deleted!)
- Advice on an eDiscovery model that empowers IT/HR/Legal to work together, understand roles and set and enforce policy
Again, space is limited and we will stop accepting applications once the seminar registration is full. To claim your seat, apply online today or call Delegate Relations Representative Amanda Lamb at (781) 657- 1792.
Apply online today!
About Greg Schulz Founder, Sr. Consulting Analyst, The StorageIO Group
The StorageIO Group is a technology analystand consulting firm providing services to technology vendors, IT organizations, venture capital investors and media. StorageIO was founded by storage veteran, author and industry analyst Greg Schulz. Mr. Schulz has worked with Unix, Windows, Mainframe, OpenVMS and other hardware, network, and software environments. Greg has worked as a programmer, systems administrator, disaster recovery consultant, storage planner, capacity planner, systems engineer, technologist and storage industry analyst.
Mr. Schulz has been involved with various storage related organizations including the Computer Measurement Group (CMG), Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), RAID Advisory Board (RAB), and vendor specific user groups, in addition to being the author and illustrator of "Resilient Storage Networks - Designing Flexible Scalable Data Infrastructures (Elsevier)". Greg has contributed material toother projects including “The Resilient Enterprise”, "Virtual Storage Redefined" and Green Data Storage, not to mention being a regular contributor to Storage magazine, SearchStorage.com and the Storage Decisions conferences.
About Daniel Garrie, Esq
Daniel Garrie regularly consults with attorneys and technologists on electronic discovery and discovery management issues related to litigation, commercial disputes, business claims, and enterprise information archiving implementation. Mr. Garrie is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey and is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management.
Mr. Garrie specializes in the synchronization of policies with information technologies and related best practices to ensure legal compliance for enterprises worldwide. Mr. Garrie counsels both domestic and international corporations in the domains of e-discovery, data privacy, enterprise archiving, IT vendor selection, litigation risk management, and cost management. In addition, he leverages his legal and IT expertise to deliver enterprise application architecture, design, deployment, and integration of enterprise record and information management platforms.
Mr. Garrie has published more than 40 articles and books on e-discovery, software, intellectual property, compliance, technology, legal, telecommunications, US and EU privacy policies, and a range of other e-law issues. Recent publications include “Employers guide to Address Sexual Harassment at Workplace” (a chapter in the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University Press Professional Reference Book: Employers guide to Address Sexual Harassment at Workplace), “Dancing in the Rain, Who is Your Partner in the Corporate Boardroom?” (John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2008), and “Electronic Discovery Cost-Shifting: A Modest Proposal for Change” (The Icfai Journal of Cyber Law, Vol. VII, No. 1, 2008, pp. 1 – 23).
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**Please Note: Due to space constraints, all prospective attendees must apply prior to this event and receive confirmation from the event producer that the application was accepted and approved. No "walk-ups" please. Thanks for your understanding.