New Whitepaper: Actionable Information Governance – Gaining Immediate Value and ROI from Enterprise Data
The growing volume and greater dispersion of data, new methods of collaboration, and the emergence of new internet-based applications pose their own challenges to finding and utilizing information most effectively. Combined with legal, regulatory, and privacy directives, data governance has become an increasing challenge for enterprise organizations. A new white paper from Enterprise Strategy Group addresses how corporations can turn Information Governance from a priority into reality.
Take action. Start governing.
This paper addresses some of the most common use cases for deploying information governance solutions including: eDiscovery, Compliance, Storage Optimization, Data Mapping, and Data Migration—focusing on the immediate ROI and long-term impact. Download the ESG whitepaper and take a step toward actionable information governance:
- Determine what data you have and where it is
- Clean-up trash and de-duplicate data
- Analyze contents and access patterns to determine appropriate policy
- Migrate data to the appropriate storage tier for greater cost efficiency
- Enforce policy for retention and deletion, potentially expiring what’s beyond usefulness or mandated compliance retention
‘Boil-the-ocean’ approaches stall many information management projects. Companies can gain more immediate near-term benefit and ROI by tying actionable information governance to other high-priority large-scale IT initiatives. Tackling an immediate and acute project like eDiscovery or regulatory response, storage optimization, or records management initialization can be an opportunity for ‘go-forward clean-up’ by adding elements of good information governance and better data management.
– Katey Wood, analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group
The ESG whitepaper is available from the StoredIQ website at www.info.storediq.com/esgShare TOPICS: compliance, eDiscovery, information governance, information management, records management, Storage