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Information governance: First, know thyself

AIIM

The value of information governance is obvious to many business and IT leaders. But like confronting an attic that is full of junk, the task of organizing and governing disorganized data can seem overwhelming.

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Public AI: Bad. Internal AI: Good. With Information Governance: Great!

Weissman's World

With Information Governance: Great! With Information Governance: Great! But I don’t know that I’ve properly distinguished between the “bad” public technologies and the possible “good” of those installed internally –… Read More » Public AI: Bad. Internal AI: Good. The post Public AI: Bad. Internal AI: Good.

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“Records Management”, “Information Governance”, and Why Words Matter

AIIM

The goal of the day was to just go fishing – I don’t need to give him the proper jargon for everything; I just need to get him the information he needs (and only the information he needs) in a way that he will understand. Information Governance” is useful in talking with senior executives (i.e.,

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Top 9 Information Governance Tips for 2022

AIIM

With so much information being generated, it becomes more difficult for organizations to manage it all and ensure compliance with regulations like GDPR and HIPAA. Information governance helps organizations maintain control of their information while complying with these regulations. Let’s dive in!

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Use It, Save It, Or Lose It: Spring Cleaning for Information Governance

Speaker: Speakers Michelle Kirk of Georgia Pacific, Darla White of Sanofi, & Scott McVeigh of Onna

Information governance for unstructured data. Join Onna, Georgia Pacific, and Sanofi for this on-demand webinar as they discuss proactive, practical steps for kicking off your organization's own digital cleanup. Watch this webinar on-demand to learn about: Data lifecycle management. Making “cleaning” a regular part of your routine.

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Same Recipe, Different Clientele Cooking Up Effective Programs for Records, Data, and Information Governance

Weissman's World

What seems to be lesser-known, though, is that there’s a remarkably universal strategic recipe… Read More » Same Recipe, Different Clientele Cooking Up Effective Programs for Records, Data, and Information Governance The post Same Recipe, Different Clientele<br><small> <small><em>Cooking Up Effective Programs (..)

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MS Teams Information Governance - A Checklist for Success

AIIM

The information flow is complicated, and the governance implications are substantial. Every aspect of content flow and collaboration – including Microsoft Teams and its information—must be integral to the organization’s approach to information governance. What is your existing Information Governance strategy?

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Rethinking Information Governance In The Age of Unstructured Enterprise Data

Today’s organizations are faced with the overwhelming challenge of managing, finding, and leveraging their information. This eBook discusses a newly discovered information discipline and is filled to the brim with helpful information such as: How to manage information across multiple sectors of the business.

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Future-Proofing Your Information Governance Strategy

Speaker: Crystal Cao, Lindsey Simon & Lisa Ripley

Join Onna and experts from Quip, Airbnb, and Oracle for this live webinar as they dive into proactive data deletion policies, retention strategies, and legal hold practices that are essential to a modern enterprise information governance strategy. When data deletion becomes applicable.

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How to Effectively Equip Your IG Program for the Perilous Journey Into the Future

Speaker: Andrew Ysasi, Vice President of Advocacy for Vital Records Control, President of IG GURU®, MS, FIP, FIIM, CIPM, CIGO, CISM, PMP, CRM, IGP, CIP, CSAP

An information governance framework shows how an organization manages specific data, like personal information, as well as how this information is stored. Over the past couple of years, these frameworks have proven to be ineffective and in need of updating.