Disaster Planning for Electronic Records
Tue, Jun 22, 2010
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT; (this is only 60 minutes!)
William W LeFevre, CA , CRM
If your organization doesn’t have a good, basic understanding of its electronic systems infrastructures, it affects your ability to put together effective programs for dealing with electronic records and potential disasters in the electronic records realm. Empower yourself by leaning how things work in the electronic records environment and how to plan for and react to disasters in this environment.
After participating in this seminar, you’ll be able to:
* Assess electronic records systems infrastructures in both an active and archival setting.
* Identify potential disasters affecting electronic records.
* Plan for and respond to a variety of potential electronic records disasters.
* Understand the difference in disaster planning for electronic records and paper records.
Who should attend? Archivists and others who want to learn about the basic elements of disaster planning for electronic records.
Prerequisites: Basic computer skills
Ask your colleagues, students, or staff to join you in learning together over lunch or breakfast in the convenience of your conference room office or classroom. Or, incorporate this seminar into your meeting as one of the education sessions! Gather around a PC and a speaker phone, call in or email your questions, and get information and tools that will help you to participate and make good decisions when this topic is discussed.