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From: Larry Medina <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 9:09 PM
Subject: Re: Email management - your most pressing issues?
To: Management & Preservation of Electronic Records <
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On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Tom Newton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A topic of interest might be if the e-mails contain confidential or private
> information, how do you protect that information once the e-mails are
> archived. Once confidentiality or privacy is no longer required, how do
> you go about removing the restrictions.
or vice-versa, seeing as confidentiality/privacy/trade secrets/intellectual
property/classification issues arise after items are received, once you
determine what they're related to.
And what about legal holds?
What if you store e-mail on a server , but its also copied to a RAID or
backed up to a tape or other media form... how do you isolate the media
where it may be included to ensure you don't face sanctions for spoliation?
How does your ESI data map account for this?
What if your email archiving application performs data deduplication and you
can't tell if the copy that was automatically identified as a 90%
possibility of an exact duplicate was deleted after the hold was placed?
Or if your policy for 'archiving' e-mails involves storing in PST formats
which are not only unsearchable but involve a loss of certain header
information and other characteristics?
And what if employees made copies or printed it?
=) And then, you cross the International Date Line....
RIM Professional since 1972
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