There has been a great deal of confusion around the term information governance (IG) and how it is often confused with other similar industry terms, such as information technology (IT) governance and data governance
Here is my list of seven even deadlier sins: Governance needs a government. Information governance touches the whole of the organisation...You cannot solve the Information Governance problem by throwing technology at it
Key components and tenets of information life-cycle management apply to information governance/electronic records management. All of these remain important in the information governance arena. (I’m going to use data, information and records interchangeably here): 1
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Would Middle East see an immediate change in management as the demand for governance increases?...The frauds mandated good governance to keep them in check
However, there is a speed bump in the road preventing wider access of this data being accessed by all of the right people at the right time – this roadblock is called “Data Governance.” Data Governance is enforced in this new day and age mostly due to financial and legal policies, regulatory needs, confidentiality laws, and other forms of safety measures to protect businesses, employees, consumers and governments
We have imposed artificial risks and conflicts, by distinguishing between "sturctured" and "unstructured" governance. These are technology driven distinctions and should not be affecting business policy on information management
The challenges stem from the requirements for eDiscovery, governance, compliance, privacy and storage
George Orwell 1984 Published 1949 *Bruce Schneier The Atlantic Published 8/12/2013 #communications #governance #cloud #dataprivacy
Today I’m going to talk about an overlooked part of the Content Management picture, data. I know that this seems a little strange but bear with me. Let’s assume for a moment that you are in a regulated industry or that you are generally paranoid. (Most regulated industries are...
email@example.com Moving to the cloud has tremendous potential, cost savings, achieving ubiquitous access, and the list goes on. There are concerns and we hear them every day, that put organizations on the fence. One of the primary concerns is data privacy issues. We have a...