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INFORMATION GOVERNANCE: THE TERM THAT CAPTURES IT ALL

I had the privilege of presenting a session with Rob Howley to a packed audience on Records Management in the Cloud, heard many engaging presentations and spoke with colleagues and vendors of products



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7 Even Deadlier Sins of Information Governance

We often see Information Governance projects that focus primarily (or even exclusively) on transactional data, or data warehousing, or records management, or archiving, etc

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PG&E Misses Key Deadline to Produce Records

It may be a good time for all companies to review not just their RM policies and procedures but to rethink them from a strategic point of view: As the amount of electronically stored information (ESI) grows within an organization, it becomes critical to document the location, accessibility and characteristics of that information for the purposes of risk management, litigation preparedness and ediscovery

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With All of This Data, What Must Be Retained as a Record?

” Here is my non-legal (but experienced Records Management) perspective: The simple answer is that the final, complete or signed document that is evidence of a decision or transaction is the official record - and that is considered records management best practice


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Data Leakage Prevention

They join compliance, effectiveness, efficiency and business continuity as drivers for sound records management programs...In the very same way, a good information/records management system in place will help make us better at protecting our records and data

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