They were neither aware nor did they ever practice governance...The frauds mandated good governance to keep them in check
I think that email use is declining for some reasons well known: lack of security, lack of contextualization, bad manners of users, lack of control (spamming) and I am convinced that the corporate social media is a relevant alternative for a professional and efficient business communication!
This previous post was about the need for holism in information governance. This post brings up topics that you’ll have to deal with in defining holistic information governance. (I think I’ll refer to these as PHIG s - Principles of Holistic Information Governance)
I want to expand a bit on my previous post and start with an overview of governance in the social media era
Over the last few weeks some pretty bright minds have been talking / writing about what Information Governance (IG) is and isn’t
Mobile and the cloud are not the enemy of information governance...Many records managers resist the cloud with fears of it not having enough security...BYOD now has made information governance an obstacle course that could rival any Tough Mudder
To some, information governance (IG) is a mushy term that isn't quite real
People are always asking "Where should I start with my SharePoint governance planning?
Information governance must include all media, all repositories/locations, all types of data, etc
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Plan for Security . Simply put, security is most likely better in a cloud application than it is at your office but many people have a difficult time believing that cloud security is up to the task. Passwords can be applied to both folders and files, strong passwords can be enforced, users can be designated as view or edit – in other words, CIM security is equal to your security in most cases