Beyond the usual shpiel of "its really important to keep your company's documents secure" and "not destroying documents when you should could lead to discovery of smoking-guns", I need to present some fresh ideas (or at least recycle the same ones differently) to help make the 45 minutes go a little faster for the audience.
Here are some of the major topics I'm thinking of covering. If anyone has any more exciting topics I could cover, or any thoughts on any of these, feel free to let me know.
- What is a record anyway?
- Retaining records - damned if you do, damned if you don't.
- Why not just store everything and destroy it all after 7 years?
- Persuading users to store records - carrot and stick approaches
- How the Sarbanes-Oxley Act made the photocopier salesman happy and the Records Manager a nervous wreck
- Migrating from FileNet before IBM gets to your CIO.
- So records managers are like glorified librarians, right?
- Classifying, indexing or titling documents, what's in a name?
- Why broker/dealers don't need records management for NASD compliance.
- Just retaining records isn't good enough.
- Why BPM/workflow is essential to records management.
- Migrating from Hummingbird before Open Text gets to your CIO.
- Are blogs and wikis records?
- Intelligent documents provide process control outside the firewall, but tie you to a single vendor.
- BPM processes are records too.
- Electronic Document and Records Management (EDRMS) is not the whole story.
- Andersen/Enron didn't get us records management laws - don't let vendors tell you corporate compliance is about RM.
- Keeping records of a corporate web-site. Tough, but possible.
- Digital Rights Management on records - are the risks worth the rewards?
- Sharepoint provides records management for virtually free. So why are you listening to me?
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