Podcast: Strategies for Migrating Voice Recordings

Andy Stevens, XOVOX President, recently participated in an episode of Archive360’s “Data Governance 360 Podcast”. In Episode 44: Modernizing Unified Communications: Strategies for Migrating and Governing Legacy Audio Channels, Andy covers a range of nuanced business and technical topics related to voice recording, preservation, and retrieval, including:

  • the different industries that record phone conversations, such as contact centers, emergency services, and stock trading floors, and the reasons behind it, including quality assurance, compliance, and evidence for legal proceedings.
  • the evolution of recording technologies, from magnetic tapes to hard disks to cloud-based systems.
  • the importance of preserving metadata associated with the recordings and how it can be used for governance, retention, and search purposes.
  • the ROI and cost considerations of decommissioning legacy systems and the security risks associated with outdated recording technologies.

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