In late February of 2015 I attended Box’s analyst day in London. As many of you already know, I am quite a fan of Box and I see them as a contender to eventually displace legacy ECM vendors. 1,076 more words
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Interesting times the past couple of day, with revelations that Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account and also a private email server in her home… 477 more words
On February 24th Micheline Kidwell, Discovery Attorney Staffing Manager with WilmerHale Discovery Solutions presented to the Greater Dayton ARMA chapter on e-discovery. Ms. Kidwell shared with us an article titled, “Better E-Discovery: Unified Governance and the IGRM.” The link to the article is available below – a big thank you to Ms. 13 more words
As a Chief Data Officer what is is your need to know when implementing Mobile?
Discussing the benefits of mobile app’s in organisations recently and how Information Governance will benefit from mobile, I came up with the following questions that a Chief Data Officer could be concerned with or would require answering them implementing a mobile solution. 122 more words
Today’s Guest Post by:Johnathan R. Elton, J.D. ,Product Manager, StoredIQ
Can Information Governance Help eDiscovery?
In the eDiscovery space, information governance has historically been given lip-service as the promised land of eDiscovery cost reductions. 425 more words
Summary Overview – Part 1
- AML Teams face continuing regulatory compliance challenges.
- Strong Data Management makes good business sense because it impacts KYC and other business-critical functions like sales, marketing, risk, and finance. 1,194 more words