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The Lifecycle of Information - Updated

Organizations habitually over-retain information, especially unstructured electronic information, for all kinds of reasons. Many organizations simply have not addressed what to do with it so many of them fall back on relying on individual employees to decide what should be kept and for how long and what should be disposed of. 586 more words

Information Governance

EID team featured as vendor neutral speakers at International Institute of Municipal Clerks

EID principal Robert Blatt and Senior Legal Consultant Jo Dunlap were joined by Steve Levenson to jointly present a Academy session on “Storing and Managing Official Electronic Records” The focus of the presentation was to assist annual conference attendees understand how to best approach tackling the topic of “knowing where your records are.” 242 more words

Document Management

3 Things to Look Forward to at MER2015

Today’s guest post by: Mahanth Chavutagunta, Digital & Social Strategist, IBM Analytics

In the information governance market, we’ve all attended our fair share of conferences. But the reason… 519 more words

Enterprise Content Management

Records management in the cloud: a multidimensional issue - KMWorld Magazine


More information than ever is being stored in the cloud, with the increasing use of cloud-based e-mail, content from mobile devices that have limited storage capacity and the continual accumulation of digital data in general. 57 more words

Information Governance

"Move to Manage" versus "Manage in Place"

Traditional approaches to information management are generally speaking no longer suitable to meet today’s information management needs. The legacy “move-to-manage” premise is expensive, fraught with difficulties and contradictory to modern data repositories that (a) are either cloud-based, (b) have built-in governance tools, or (c) contain data that best resides in the native repository. 243 more words

Information Governance

Information Value Management (IVM)

Introduction and Terminology

Information Management (IM)

a framework for managing all dimensions of enterprise data

This framework includes operational applications and their respective data repositories: … 1,028 more words

Data Governance

~Felicia~ reblogged this on My Voyage Through Time and commented:

This is a great read by Ariku. It is awesome how he discusses the culture of "silo type" data management and how this "paralyzes the enterprise view of data." Yes. It does!! I absolutely love Maslow’s hierarchy of needs model and I can see how the model would apply to data management. This is worth a read. ~~~~Felicia