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A Simple Model for Information Governance, Part 1 of 3

George Socha and Tom Gelbmann, building on the success of their E-discovery Reference Model (the EDRM), have created the Information Governance Reference Model...” See OCEG’s “GRC Capability Model ‘Red Book’ 2.0

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SharePoint as an IT service offering

Creating "chargeback" models is difficult, and not everyone agrees that SharePoint should even have one or be managed that way. Successful models include some kind of end user training or certification, reducing support and governance overhead

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SharePoint Governance โ€“ buzz buzz buzz what to make of it

Each of these four components has requirements from the organization that influence the overall governance model . One key thing that all the authors establishes is that no two organizations governance models are the same

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SharePoint Governance as a Hammer

In my experience, one mistake is forcing a heavy governance model onto SharePoint as a quick-fix, especially if its outside of the way you already do business. Many organizations (well, the managers and administrators within those orgs) love the idea of adopting a formal, structured model for managing SharePoint

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Is the NSA Leak Really Impacting Cloud Adoption?

People understand that we are still relatively early in the cloud model, and that things will continue to improve

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Strategic IT Project Planning: An Impressive Example

With these goals in mind, Burgess and his team created an abbreviated stage-gate governance model overseen by a strategic project oversight team (SPOT) that meets weekly to review all project requests that will require at least 10 hours of work from the IT department

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