Gaming oversight and regulations are similar to those of financial institutions. Both are required to store, maintain and frequently audit all monetary transactions.
The Santa Claran Hotel Casino, a 27,000-square-foot tribally owned casino in Espanola, N.M., is overseen at the federal level by the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), at the state level by the New Mexico state compact, at the local level through Tribal Code and finally, through internally developed policies and procedures. Frequently an organization’s storage sub-systems are overlooked or, worse yet, not even considered when planning how to achieve all of these requirements effectively. So how can organizations better leverage this unavoidable infrastructure to maintain stringent regulations but most importantly to provide an intrinsic component to an agile and highly effective business?