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As companies generate more data than ever, tracking and maintaining relevant legal and regulatory data is increasingly vital -- and a solid records retention schedule is a must. This SearchCompliance handbook examines best practices and strategies for developing and implementing record retention schedules to ensure organizations are keeping the right information -- and not prematurely destroying critical data. In our first piece, ARMA International CEO Marilyn Bier discusses why the record retention schedule lies at the heart of an information governance program. In our second piece, contributor Christine Parizo explains how organizations can establish data retention schedules that meet various compliance needs. In the final piece, Site Editor Ben Cole tells us how a record retention schedule can reduce data-related risk and even boost the bottom line.  Access >>>

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  • A records retention schedule helps assure efficiency and defensibility
  • Create a compliance-friendly data retention schedule
  • Reap the risk management and financial benefits of records retention

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