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Information Governance – Still Need It, Always Will

A while ago I was pointed to an article proclaiming that Information Governance is no longer necessary (ROFLMAO). I laughed because I think its grasp on reality is about as firm as that of whoever proclaimed that ECM is dead. 551 more words

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FTI Consulting: how the general counsel can shape information governance

Ethical Boardroom carries an article called How the general counsel can shape information governance by Jake Frazier and Sonia Cheng of FTI Consulting. It focuses less on the IT, data security and regulatory aspects of IG and more on that often-overlooked aspect, reputational risk and ethical duties. 233 more words


AIIM Webinar: Data Privacy – Learn What It Takes to Protect Your Information

This blog posting describes a webinar entitled “Data Privacy – Learn What It Takes to Protect Your Information” offered by AIIM. The speakers included Greg Reid, CEO of InFuture LLC and Rich Lauwers, InfoGov SME, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. 1,305 more words

Information Chaos: the next big business challenge

“Every budget is an IT budget.  Every company is an IT company.  Every business leader is becoming a digital leader. Every person is becoming a technology company.

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Highlights from the Northeast IG Retreat 2017

The 2017 Northeast Information Governance Retreat was held at the Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, Virginia.  After round table discussions, the retreat featured two simultaneous sessions throughout the day. 643 more words


Focusing on the Local by Joining the NCC-AIIM Executive Committee

I’ve talked a little bit here about the need to improve the local communities for information management. It is an area that ARMA does better than other groups in the industry but their focus and members can be intimidating for those who aren’t records managers. 566 more words