SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Archiving News and Blogs
Re: [Sigia-l] Archiving News and Blogs
I would have thought that a "large financial service company" would have
company wide policies on achiving documents as part of their document
mgt/content mgt regime.
Perhaps the information can be removed at a certain date from general public
access (to avoid confusion as you suggest) but that it is kept elswhere in
case there is a legal or urgent need to retrieve it some time.
I would check carefully within your company for on an internal policy on
this before I deleted material.
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Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 10:29 AM
Subject: [Sigia-l] Archiving News and Blogs
> I'm looking for professional wisdom or opinions about how far back to
> archive news items on a intranet for a large financial services company.
> I'm sure it depends on the business owner and the nature of the content.
> The nature of the current content in question has to do with
> environmental news and career stories (features about how individual
> careers have evolved) and similar important, but non-business critical
> information. I'm also interested in opinions about business critical
> information that could be associated with managing risk.
> I realize from a technical standpoint that one can archive into the dark
> ages and retrieve via a search tool.
> The issue is the validity of the content and whether deeply archived
> information can create confusion or risk associated with keeping
> information beyond, for example, 3 years.
> Ideas? Methods? Preferences?
> Judith Blankman | Sr. Information Architect
> Wells Fargo Corporate HR | Team Member Marketing
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