Tag Archives: Information Governance

Developing information governance efforts

In an information governance model, there are business-focused components and aspects, and there are technology-focused components and aspects. Information Governance isn’t just technology driven, nor is it solely business driven. It is a partnership between business and technology. Both must be present in the program. The Business Side Diving into the business side, the first … Continue Reading

Information governance outlook in 2016

The purpose of an information governance program is to provide insight into information that is the most valuable to the organization, while minimizing associated risks and costs. Until recently, organizations focused less on the latter and heavily on gaining insight into the most valuable information. The reason for this change is largely due to the … Continue Reading

Unmasking Information Governance: What is it and how do I move it forward in my organization?

The heightened state of information security in recent years has instigated genuine collaboration, in many organizations, amongst its professionals in IT, records, security, risk, compliance, and other stakeholders in business management.  After the various perspectives are heard, the need is clear – an Information Governance (IG) strategy. What is IG?  Wikipedia roughly defines IG as … Continue Reading
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