Information Governance: Information Governance Framework

In this week’s Information Governance Twitter Chat, the third in our four-part series, we addressed the Information Governance framework that must be erected to support a solid IG strategy.  In our discussion we focused on the issues and obstacles that many organizations face with regard to their information management and discovery processes, but also the business drivers, goals, and outcomes of IG.  As data volumes skyrocket, deciphering the “signal” from the “noise” becomes ever more important in extracting value from an organization’s data−we tackle the rising trend of data analytics and to what extent it should be part of IG.  You can review today’s chat here.

 

Join us October 23 at 2:00pm ET for the last installment of the Twitter Chat Series, “Information Governance Solutions,” as we discuss the following topics:

 

  • What is the right answer to today’s information management and discovery challenges?
  • How are you addressing those challenges with technology?
  • For those not already on the right path, how do they get there?
  • What’s the ROI on an initiative of this magnitude? Who foots the bill?

 

We look forward to having you join us. #InfoGovChat.  Follow us @HPAutnInfoGov

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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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