Monthly Archives: July 2011

Information Governance: A Brief Definition and Case Study

There is a lively discussion going on within both the information management (IM) and information technology (IT) communities regarding the role and definition of information governance (IG). This discussion is complicated by the confusion over the roles and responsibilities for records management, information management, data governance, unstructured and structured electronic information and corporate governance that exist in most organizations.

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Expanding the Enterprise eDiscovery Solutions Landscape

Parity Research profiles 46 ediscovery solutions and services providers in four key dimensions: Review, Services, Integration and Enablement.
Litigation support continues to be the main driver or “trigger” for ediscovery solutions adoption, but it is by no means the only good reason. The same content and data that needs to be classified, indexed, secured and stored to enable ediscovery tools to collect potentially responsive electronically stored information (ESI) is a potential goldmine for other departments or lines of business throughout the organization. Continue reading

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