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    Hi Sonia, We treat our virtual meetings the same way that we treat in-person meetings. If the meeting ...

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    Hi AIIM Community, Need a tip sheet on what to do after implementing Microsoft Teams? We've got you ...

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    Hi Sonia,  I guess I'd question the need to record the meetings in the first place - that is, I'd want ...

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    I created an itch that had to be scratched. Many years ago, I was moved into Global Risk & Compliance ...

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    Hello all. How long do you currently retain Zoom meetings which are not of permanent or vital value? ...

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    I've found that it's not a matter of "getting a seat at the table", but rather inviting yourself to the ...

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    Good evening, Another just curious question… as a records manager, how have you been able to get a ...

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    Hi Jessica, I work with a credit union league and we retain minutes permanently. That was also the ...

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