Most information has an end-of-life point. This video shows you how to start developing data retention policies around different types of information.
- [Instructor] Here's something else to throw into the mix. … How long do you need to keep information around? … You might be asking, why worry about this? … Data storage is cheap and getting cheaper. … I can basically hold onto everything forever. … Well although that's true, … here's something to consider, … the less information you're holding, … the less that's at risk in case of a breach. … Information has a lifecycle. … It changes over time … and at some point it may be obsolete. … Do you want last year's price list readily available … to your customers? … Think of the confusion and possible problems … that could cause. … In some cases, … data retention is dictated by legal requirements. … Make sure you understand those … for the jurisdiction you're operating in. … They can vary widely from state to state in the US … and there are big differences … between the US and other countries. … If your company does business in Europe for instance, … there are some pretty stringent EU regulations …
- Identify the group of people to be notified when making a document policy or procedure change.
- Recognize which types of documentation requires higher levels of security.
- Name the two rights available at folder level during collaboration.
- Recall the purpose of version control.
- Determine which application allows multiple libraries with custom permissions.
- Identify the term used for add-ins within the SharePoint application.
- Explain the most common cause of data breaches.