As I told you earlier this week, the Great Resignation isn’t slowing down. But it’s not just about people, it’s also about the knowledge and data they possess and access as well. This webinar from Onna will discuss approaches and best practices for preserving and protecting valuable organization data during the Great Resignation!
Let’s face it, with departures happening at such a large scale, organizations are struggling to retain the knowledge that departing employees possess, while also protecting their data from unauthorized access from employees that have already departed.
With that in mind, Onna will be hosting the webinar – Preserving and Protecting Your Data During the Great Resignation – on Thursday, March 31 at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- Embracing a culture of knowledge sharing
- Assessing risk level of departing employees
- Best practices for off-boarding departing employees
- Leveraging technology to identify and protect sensitive company data
And, by “we”, I mean Scott McVeigh, Industry Principal at Onna and me! The two of us will be discussing these topics and best practices for preserving and protecting your organization’s data during the Great Resignation. People may leave, but access to their knowledge shouldn’t leave, nor should your organization data be compromised by departed employees after they leave. If that’s a concern for your organization (and it is for many), join Scott and me here on March 31st!
So, what do you think? How is your organization handling the knowledge and data aspects associated with the Great Resignation? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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