Storage & Archive

Recorded audio and digital communication data may be needed well after it is initially recorded. To ensure data is available for retrieval and playback when needed, recording systems can be programmed to retain records for a certain length of time and in a secure manner.

The amount of time audio records must be kept varies greatly. Customers have asked for records to be retained anywhere from 90 days to "forever".

Various factors can affect how long audio records must be retained:

  • Type of audio recorded
  • Industry or market category
  • Local, state, provincial/regional, or federal regulations
  • Internal organizational rules
  • Litigation holds

Wilmac's professional knowledge, expertise, expansive product suite, and wide range of services are available to help your organization securely store and archive recordings.