Information Governance: HP’s New Information Management & Governance Whiteboard Videos

For some of us, information governance, archiving, ECM, or eDiscovery may simply be buzz words that come up in conversation or topics that we read about in this world of cloud computing, analytics, “big data,” etc.   

 

For those of us entrenched in the information landscape we may be familiar with some of these, but may not realize the importance that all of these solutions play in creating a solid foundation for information governance.  How we access, manage, secure, and most importantly, understand our data, directly affects the success of our organizations.  As we are all ultimately end users of data, it makes total sense for us to learn how we can better access, manage, and gain intelligence from our data. 

 

In the four whiteboard videos below, we provide an insightful perspective into information governance, archiving, enterprise content management, and eDiscovery. You can also see how HP solutions can help your organization address its information challenges. 

 

Click below to watch the whiteboard videos here:

 

    


 

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Edited by Robin Hardy

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Luis Romero is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at HP Autonomy, where he leads product marketing for HP’s Information Archiving solutions....


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