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Diary note; Alphawest Executive Briefings - Email Archiving

  • 18 January, 2006 13:41

<p>WHAT: Alphawest Executive Briefings - Email Archiving</p>
<p>ADELAIDE: Monday, 30th January (12pm-2:00pm); Stamford Plaza, 150 North Terrace, Adelaide</p>
<p>BRISBANE: Tuesday, 31st January (12pm-2:00pm); Hilton Hotel, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane</p>
<p>REGISTRATION: Go to www.myrego.com/alphawest/sr.cfm?v=e078e1&amp;dx=dx (Adelaide)</p>
<p>www.myrego.com/alphawest/sr.cfm?v=e079e1&amp;dx=dx (Brisbane)</p>
<p>or contact Louise Storie on 02 9263 5821 or email louise.storie@alphawest.com.au</p>
<p>COST: Free (Registration includes lunch)</p>
<p>Alphawest Executive Briefing: Records Compliance Management - How to solve your Email Archiving Challenges</p>
<p>Presenter: guest speaker David Thompson, Managing Director, AXS-One Software</p>
<p>David will cover how to handle exponentially growing email volumes and heightened regulatory and governance requirements, including how to address issues such as:</p>
<p>- Increased storage and management costs</p>
<p>- Inability to respond to litigation and discovery orders in an acceptable timeframe</p>
<p>- Privacy and confidentiality risks</p>
<p>Participants will learn:</p>
<p>- The challenges associated with the archival of messaging data</p>
<p>- Why messaging archival makes sense even for organisations in 'non-regulated' industries</p>
<p>- The operational benefits of messaging archival management</p>
<p>- Expected ROI</p>
<p>- What to consider when selecting an archiving vendor</p>
<p>- Mistakes to avoid</p>
<p>- Implications of the Workplace Surveillance Act 2005 (NSW) on Employee Computer Surveillance - a summary of the Employer’s requirements and suggestions to help comply.</p>

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