Leaders, Cheerleaders & Workers, Oh My!

It’s always interesting when you have a company event to watch how people participate in the process.  Each person tends to take on a role and assimilate themselves accordingly.  For example, you have the leaders, the problem solvers, the cheerleaders, … Read More

Join Sherpa Software at MER (May 18-20)

Explore practical solutions to challenges facing the records management community MER is the only conference exclusively focused on addressing the key operational, technical, and legal issues associated with the life-cycle management of electronic records. Through formal sessions, associated networking events … Read More

Pt 2 – Policies for your information governance (IG) strategy. Let's talk email!

In my last article, I talked about where to start with your information governance (IG) strategy. If you recall, I advised to focus on email management policies first because it is still the most searched data store for most companies … Read More

Tomato-Tomahto, eDiscovery & Information Governance

The relationship between eDiscovery and Information Governance (IG) is one of shifting perspectives and is often defined differently by diverse experts.  Are they two different words for the same thing, can they be used interchangeably and why does it matter? One opinion seems to … Read More

"Keep your nose in the wind and your eye along the skyline"

Well, if you are a fan of the 1972 movie Jeremiah Johnson or Robert Redford for that matter, you probably recognize the title of this post.  It happens to be one of my favorite movies and seemed like a great … Read More

Why eDiscovery alone is not information governance

The line between eDiscovery and Information Governance has seemingly been blurred from the get go. The problem is that when you talk about information governance you can’t help but also talk about aspects of eDiscovery. Both can be described as … Read More