Document RetentionFor more than 30 years, Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH) has developed retention solutions utilizing innovative software and consulting services customized for each customer and company. Our retention methods and expertise are proven in the thousands of consulting and software clients that have and continue to use our services and products.
- Records have a lifecycle of creation, use and destruction
- Record lifecycle grants an expiring value over time
- Record use and expiration is guided by the assigned retention period
- Retention periods must be compliant with current legal research to be defensible
- IRCH has solutions for records retention, compliance and research
Following are articles that discuss various issues pertinent to document retention.
The complete webinar presentation by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse. This is the second webinar of a 2015 IRCH online series presented on June […]
by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI All companies create records in the regular course of business. These records may be created to meet business needs, comply with existing legal […]
From music streaming to data backup, cloud storage is being used by almost everyone these days. With the market for cloud storage services starting to get crowded, it is not […]
Keeping Records Forever (NOT) Record retention is a question in almost all offices. And as a result, offices tend to hang onto records far too long, says attorney and records […]
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It is always refreshing to hear Don Skupsky’s common sense and realistic views on topics such as email, big data and unmanaged information. Additional topics covered that affect legally-defensible records retention are buckets, global retention and defense of a records retention program in litigation. The discussion regarding expert witness tasks can be a checklist for retention program development and management.
Karen Sampson, Scenarios By Sampson