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Information Governance in the Cloud: Compare and Contrast (2020 update)

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: February 06, 2020
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  • Discuss the governance capabilities of each Cloud solution, from creation through deletion
  • Compare and contrast cloud support for creation date versus event based retention
  • Examine legal hold capabilities
  • Answer questions on the IG capabilities of each Cloud Service

Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 6, 2020

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)


Build your cloud knowledge. With CIO surveys showing over 90% of businesses use the public cloud, now is the time to improve your cloud readiness! Engage in lively discussion with the experts who worked directly with Amazon, Box, Google, IBM, Microsoft and other major cloud providers on the IG elements of their cloud solutions. Explore the Cloud’s information governance (IG) features for retention, legal holds, disposition information protection and more! Expanding your knowledge will assure your place at the table as a valued resource, as your organization leverages the cloud.

This program was recorded as part of's Legalweek Conference on February 6th, 2020.

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Carol Stainbrook

Executive Director
Cohasset Associates

Carol, Executive Director of Cohasset Associates' consulting practice, responds to IG demands with expertise and innovation. Her ongoing consultation with Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Box, Dell/EMC, IBM, and others, has facilitated an evolution of retention, preservation and disposition capabilities in their solutions' designs. Her 20 plus years of experience enables IG implementations for domestic and multi-national clients that support business goals, increase information value, improve compliance, and mitigate risk.

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Michael Haley

Principal Consultant
Cohasset Associates

Michael joined Cohasset Associates in 2002 as a Principal Consultant, following a career in the insurance industry with Prudential. Michael works with clients to refresh and strengthen their information management programs. He develops cost-effective and practical solutions, breaking down complex to effect simple solutions.

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