Preventing Employees From Hoarding Documents

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Kathryn Hilton, VP and Consultant, Contoural

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Taking a “save everything forever” approach and employee hoarding of e-mails, files and other types of electronic documents are burying organizations under mountains of data, exposing them to privacy risks, increasing costs and risks of eDiscovery, as well as sapping productivity from employees who spend hours every week looking for information. Yet many company’s efforts at aggressively deleting electronic documents are either ineffective or worse, they have the unintended effect of driving “underground archiving” whereby employees save information in insecure locations. Join us as we explore smart approaches to preventing employees from hoarding documents. About the Speaker: Kathryn Hilton, Vice President of Consulting for Contoural, has more than 20 years experience in records and information management, strategy consulting, and data storage technology. As a Contoural consultant and practice manager, Kathryn has developed methodologies for Records and Information Management organization design and for Change Management strategy, process, and content.  In addition to leading Contoural teams in these areas, Kathryn assists clients with the globalization of their programs, and has visited client sites around the world for a detailed understanding of business and legal information management requirements. 

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