Information Governance

Information governance has evolved rapidly, with technology driving the pace of change. Looking ahead to 2024, we anticipate technology playing an even larger role in data management and protection. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the key predictions for information governance in 2024 and how they’ll impact businesses of all sizes.

  1. Embracing AI and

Information governance and data retention have been important topics in the corporate world for years. As an executive, it’s crucial to ensure effective management, storage, and secure disposal of your company’s data. Having well-defined information governance and data retention policies helps maintain compliance with legal requirements and safeguards against data breaches and cyber-attacks. In this

The United Kingdom data privacy watchdog reports that the number of complaints received since the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect three months ago has almost doubled.  Under GDPR, anyone who believes their personal data has been misused can file a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office, or ICO.

Legal Experts say GDPR

A recent report entitled “Information Strategy 2017”, published by the Information Coalition finds that information security remains a top priority for over 90 percent of organizations. Given that the number of data breach activity continues to rise, these finds are not very surprising.

What is surprising, however, is many organizations continue to increase their spend

Information is every organization’s greatest asset. It makes up intellectual property, trade secrets and many other vital corporate assets. It’s how we in corporate America conduct business. With that said, governing and protecting that information is critical. Therefore, we expect information governance efforts to continue to rise in 2017.

Prediction #1 – Data Breaches will

The cloud-based file-sharing and collaboration business continues to grow, inspiring competition between two heavy weights: Microsoft and Box.  Last week, Box announced over $100 million in third quarter revenue growth despite competing with Microsoft’s OneDrive file share for SharePoint.

Aaron Levie, Box CEO and co-founder, believes that “the need for Box is clear; today, business

Now more than ever before there is an increased demand for employees to share and collaborate on documents with people inside and outside of their respective organizations. For this reason, organizations of all shapes and sizes are turning to enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) solutions to provide secure cloud-based file sharing.

A recent survey

Federal regulators announced last week that Illinois’ largest hospital chain would pay $5.5 million, a record payment under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), in connection with three 2013 data breaches that affected the protected health information of millions of its patients. The Advocate Health Care Network, which manages twelve hospitals and hundreds