Certificate of Destruction
When applying the new unified retention policies across Office 365, and you have configured the policy to delete content after a specified period of time, is there any provisions for a review/approval process and/or a 'certificate of destruction' as an audit of what was deleted? This is a standard requirement for many Information Management teams as Courts of law look for prior review and approval for disposed content if called upon.
I agree with this recommendation. It is critical from a Records Management and Audit perspective.
This would be a much needed improvement
In addition to the 'certificate of destruction' --- it will be important to know that this means ALL copies, back-ups, of this data have been actually destroyed, not just deleted by marking blocks available.
I agree too. A disposal review/approval process is a must. The only alternative I can see, of setting up an alert when anything is deleted and then retrieving from recycling bin is not practical.
I completely agree, a disposal review process is absolutely critical for records management.