For many of us, technology and the Internet have become fixtures of daily life. Whether it be logging into social media accounts to keep up with friends and family, or our email accounts for topics both important and trivial, the various online portals containing information about ourselves—much of it sensitive—can be challenging to manage even at peak productivity levels.
So, what happens to all of this data after we pass away?
The digital afterlife is a concept that hasn’t seeped into the mainstream yet, but there’s no getting around the fact that it is very much a real thing. Fortunately, there are ways to manage our digital footprints, and those of our loved ones, prior to passing, and Phaneuf Funeral Homes is here to help.
Presentation: Manage Your Online Accounts Before It’s Too Late
On Tuesday, October 17th, Phaneuf Funeral Homes is proud to host Manage Your Online Accounts, a presentation featuring Stephanie McLaughlin, principal of Savoir Faire Marketing/Communications in Manchester, NH. Join us for two sessions in Boscawen and Manchester as we discuss the growing impact of living life in the “cloud” and what it means for ourselves and loved ones, both before and after we pass.
Topics covered will include:
- Planning ahead for legacy digital asset management
- Account access options for friends and family members
- Account inactivation options upon death
- Limitations and challenges of permissions settings
- Simplifying management of digital assets
- Documents required for account cancellation purposes
- And more….
Digital assets don’t just disappear after death—we’ll teach you how to manage them appropriately while you’re alive and well.
Following the main presentation, Phaneuf President Arthur O. “Buddy” Phaneuf will discuss other common end-of-life issues that can be planned for in advance.
Phaneuf October Event Details
Phaneuf’s October event, Manage Your Online Accounts Before It’s Too Late will be held twice on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
172 King Street, Boscawen, NH
243 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH