DATE: Feb 2021, TBC
On the back of our recent online workshops and our recent deep dive into PRA for Microsoft 365, we are very pleased with the outcome of our research that shows an excellent fit between being able to deliberately design and configure M365 for PRA compliance.
We’d like to share our findings and have in-person workshops in November planned to provide practical retention and disposal advice for Microsoft 365. Do you have doubts that it is possible? Do you want to know where to start? This three hour interactive workshop is for you.
We take you behind the scenes on how to set up retention and disposal for Teams, SharePoint, Exchange and OneDrive – we’ll show you:
- Out of the box focus: How to get the right mix of retention labels and policies
- Traps: How to spot and avoid shortcuts that just aren’t compliant
- Dealing with scale: Options you have so it is efficient, affordable and repeatable
- Teams: Pragmatic approach that can be applied Team by Team
PRA, really! Rigorous comparison back to the Act, Standard and Implementation Guide
But maybe you’ve already done our online webinar, so what will be new? In most of the webinars we have been able to spend 20 minutes at most on retention and disposal. Here we have a full half-day to spend taking you through it plus the thinking has been updated.
Not based in Wellington? Register your interest and if there’s enough interest in a region we’ll come to you!
Seats limited to just 24 per session to ensure it’s interactive – there will be plenty of hands on exercises, a look behind the scenes at the Microsoft 365 controls and plenty of time for group discussion!
COST: $195 + gst – (includes workbook & morning/afternoon tea)
PRESENTERS: Sarah Heal & Grant Margison – Directors
MORE INFO: including FAQs
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