Date - 02/04/2021
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Meeting Url: http://lnk.omaha365.org/feb2021meeting
Modernizing Your Data Retention. Moving Beyond the Created Date
Historically, data retention in an environment has been based mainly on two key pieces of data: when the document was created or when the document was last modified. More recently, retention policies have also been controlled based on the data’s content, but again determining disposition goes back to created or last modified dates.
Perhaps you would like more options for controlling document retention. Maybe basing retention policies for employee documents on when they are no longer with the company or project documents that are retained based on the project end date make more sense to your organization. In this session, we will illustrate how you can go beyond the basic created or modified dates of data to controlling retention based on events that occur. No longer do you need to be constrained to a few metadata pieces for determining your content’s data retention policies.
Presenter: David Drever
David is a Senior Manager with Protiviti Canada, and a 5 time Office Apps and Services MVP. For over 20 years, David has worked in a wide variety of areas in IT, ranging from Desktop\Server support to developing in C++ and .NET technologies. During that period, David has been able to add value to a wide variety of clients in several sectors, including utilities, government, banking, and agriculture.
For over the past 10 years, David has been working exclusively in the SharePoint and Office365 domain. He has helped stand up multiple Enterprise SharePoint environments as well as designed and built numerous solutions utilizing PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and SharePoint. David has also assisted many organizations with protecting their data by building Information and Records Management systems within Microsoft 365. He is a knowledgeable and sought-after international speaker within IT circles and regularly consulted by companies formulating their Digital Workplace strategies.
David blogs at http://prairiedeveloper.com