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[Video] How Data Cleanup Can Reduce Compliance Risk

Information governance is more than having policies and plans. There are pieces that need to work together to ensure your records are managed effectively.

We held an informative webinar about successfully discovering, deleting, and migrating redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT) data.

Below is the recording as well as the slides.


By watching the video above, you can learn how RecordLion's Data Cleanup can help your organization:

  • Discover information throughout the enterprise on network file shares, SharePoint, Office 365, and cloud file sharing services.
  • Migrate, copy, or sync files to and from multiple platforms to enable a more organized and secure enterprise without impacting your end users' productivity.
  • Improve the value of your data by removing redundant, obsolete, and trivial data from your enterprise.

Data Cleanup Presentation - RecordLion

We hope you find this video useful on this important topic. We are committed to helping your organization simplify and automate your data cleanup process and your entire information governance program.

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