White Paper: Implementing an Information Governance Program

In today’s world of interconnected devices and ubiquitous connectivity, many of us are engaged as knowledge (or information) workers – routinely creating, processing or disseminating information as our primary job function. As a result, information has become an essential corporate … Read More

Elements of an effective information governance strategy

Recently, I’ve been investigating ARMA certification as an Information Governance Professional (IGP). Needless to say, there is a substantial amount of material outlined in the DACUM curriculum for that program, but I’ve learned that there are a series of core … Read More

Planning for Information Governance

In the business world, the term ‘governance’ typically includes both the rules and the management (e.g. board of directors) that control the operation of a company. The presence of these controls is vitally important to the ongoing success of the organization, … Read More

How to achieve a successful PST migration: Helpful tips

In a recent Sherpa survey, a surprising percentage of respondents indicated that they were planning a project to control or eliminate PST files in their organizations. It seems the popularity of archiving within Microsoft Exchange, either on-premises or in the Office365 cloud, … Read More

Managing the Digital Deluge: How Large Volumes of Data Are Becoming Increasingly Common

As professionals in the IT world, we understand the complexities and expense associated with managing large volumes of data – we deal with it every day. Those challenges are a bit more difficult to convey to a CEO, CFO or other … Read More

Expanding Your Information Governance Reach

Recently, we’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about the tasks associated with Information Governance and what tools can aid in that effort. It seems clear that information management and risk mitigation are key components of any successful information governance … Read More