Newly-released industry content: information governance, eDiscovery, and IT

Sherpa prides itself on providing up-to-date, helpful content to all information professionals. Newly-released in June are three handbooks highlighting key industry topics, including:

  • information governance
  • eDiscovery
  • information technology

With more than a dozen authors, Sherpa’s blog is jam-packed with industry articles. Whether you like a quick read or an in-depth feature story, we’ve got you covered. That’s why each handbook is compiled of top 10 articles from the correlating topic. We’ve only included the best of the best, so there is no fluff – just quality information at your fingertips.

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1. Information Governance Handbook: 10 must-read articles on ESI lifecycle management

A common challenge among practitioners is that many of them are struggling in their efforts to launch an IG project. Sometimes those struggles involve framing the economic justification for a program to senior management and often the all-encompassing nature of information governance makes it difficult to know just where to get started. If either of these situations describes your position, then this ebook is for you.

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2. eDiscovery Handbook: 10 must-read articles on search and collection

The need to perform eDiscovery has become a fact of corporate life. Whether that need is being created by a pending litigation, Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA) or some other directive, the process is frequently time sensitive and often onerous. Organization, automation and teamwork are key elements that allow you to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to your organization’s eDiscovery process. Proactive eDiscovery gives you the ability to actively engage with your data. 

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3. Information Technology Handbook: 10 must-read articles  

When it comes to electronically stored information (ESI), IT Teams are always at the heart of the discussion. Most organizations now employ predominantly knowledge workers who routinely create, process, and disseminate information as a primary job function. Today’s many technological advancements and the associated data, now estimated to be doubling every two years, has the spotlight on IT Managers and their staff.

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