Defining and driving 'information governance' in the era of the cloud and 'big data'
sponsored by The 451 Group

As the volume and complexity of corporate data accelerate on a daily basis, enterprises are struggling to manage the mountains of information. From a business perspective, new technologies present promise, but also potential problems, for the efficient conduct of business. Information governance (IG) means different things to different actors in the enterprise; hence, defining and implementing information governance is much easier said than done. Nevertheless, now is the time to do so because it has become possible to automate much of the process, and the potential benefits of doing so now far outweigh the cost and effort.

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