2B OVERVIEW: Public sector organizations are now taking steps to mitigate and protect electronic records by integrating digital preservation technology and good practices into their enterprise infrastructure; recognizing that content servers and backup systems provide only "bit level" protection and are insufficient for ensuring authenticity and future readability. But, between the growing volumes of records, proliferation of Microsoft 365, and the complexity of unstructured information, the task of preserving your electronic records for the long-term can feel downright overwhelming.
Don't worry, you're not alone! Many organizations struggle with these challenges, but there are steps you can take to make the process easier and more efficient.
In this session, the presenters walked attendees through a step-by-step plan for preserving their electronic records in a way that ensures their integrity and accessibility for years to come.
That 6-step approach included:
1. How to analyze your backlog
2. Structuring your archive
3. Managing your metadata
4. Controlling access
5. Efficient ingest
6. Defining policies
If you're feeling overwhelmed by the task of preserving your electronic records, this session is for you. Review this recording to learn practical, actionable steps you can take to make the process easier and more efficient.