Experience Sapient. The MER Conference experience continues throughout the year with Sapient, a suite of year-round, always relevant, sharply focused educational content that comes directly to you. Sapient ranges from compelling webinars and meaningful web-based content to innovative online engagements such as Twitter Chats, MER Event App conversations and more. Through Sapient, the MER Conference experience is a continuous opportunity to engage with experts, stay abreast of important developments, build insight into the latest trends and identify solutions that you can bring back to your business.
All webinars are complimentary, thanks to our valued content providers.
March 4, April 8, June 10, July 15
1-2 PM EST
In Partnership with Sherpa Software
Operation IG Revamp: How to Comply with InfoGov and eDiscovery Requirements in a Post-COVID WFH World
Although the disruption of 2020 is behind us, many organizations are still in a state of flux. A larger percentage (maybe 100%) of your team is working from home and will continue to do so in the future or permanently.
Now is the time to rethink your information governance and eDiscovery strategy. What content was haphazardly stashed over the last 12 months? How can you design, implement, and comply with a plan that will protect your data and meet policy requirements moving forward? If these two questions raise your anxiety level, take a deep breath and let it out because this webinar will provide a framework to help you regain and maintain control.
During the four-part series Operation IG Revamp, Sherpa Software, along with its information governance partners, will break down the process of instituting a comprehensive IG and eDiscovery strategy. By completing each of these steps, you’ll be able to uncover data pitfalls and put plans in place that will keep your organization’s information orderly and compliant ... all without being overwhelmed.
For Part 2 of Operation IG Revamp, we will be joined by Jim Amsler, Director for BDO Digital’s Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) practice. Jim is a recognized leader within the privacy and information governance disciplines, having spoken on a variety of topics related to privacy, information governance, data discovery, information lifecycle management and infonomics. He is also well-versed in European and United States privacy regulations and has conducted IAPP certification courses for privacy professionals.
April 15 1-2 PM EST
In Partnership with Access
Making M365 Labels “Stick”
(There’s a Label on My Big Bucket)
Presented by Sue Gibbons, Access & Brian Tuemmler, Infotechtion
Labels are the cornerstone of successful governance in M365: they describe what retention actions are to happen to content. Labels are also integral to traditional records management: they describe why these actions need to take place. In order to have a successful governance and records management program, the two worlds need a translator and a connector. Understanding how M365 labels can work with all your M365 content and your organization’s retention schedule is key to making them “stick.” By associating labels with Big Buckets in M365, retention management and administration are made simpler, and automated compliance can be increased. This is the secret to addressing the mountains of information in M365.
Whether you are new or well versed in M365 labels, join us for Making M365 Labels “Stick” with experts Sue Gibbons from Access and Brian Tuemmler from Infotechtion. The session will:
Explain the anatomy of a M365 label and a Virgo category label
Walk through how retention can be applied utilizing Big Bucket theory within M365
Describe best practices for autoclassification, manual labeling and event-based retention
Identify why labels are key to records compliance in M365
Explore the connector between retention schedule development in Virgo with retention labels M365 architectures designed by Infotechtion