The Self-Destructing Message:
The Information Governance Challenge of Ephemeral Messaging
Key Discussion Points:
Summary of Topic:
Ephemeral messaging applications like Confide, SnapChat, and Telegram are designed to automatically delete messages from all devices (sender and recipient(s)) after they have been read or after a pre-set, and very brief, period of time. The increasing use of ephemeral messaging to conduct business creates many information governance challenges.
Join Sheila as she discusses the business benefits and risks of ephemeral messaging and the emerging regulation of this communication technology. Sheila will also provide guidelines and tips for governing ephemeral messages.
Sheila Taylor CIP, CRM, IGP
President, Ergo Information Management Consulting
Sheila has 30+ years’ experience as an information management consultant, educator, and practitioner. She has assisted numerous organizations to establish, expand, and benchmark their Information Management Programs and plan for the introduction of recordkeeping technologies. In addition to having taught information management at the college and university levels, Ms. Taylor is a frequent speaker at education events in the information management industry. She has been published in journals such as Information Management and Municipal World and is the author of five chapters in Records and Information Management published by Thomson Reuters.
This will be a virtual meeting and presentation!
San Antonio Chapter ARMA
P.O. Box 830646
San Antonio, TX 78283