GDPR Basics eBook
GDPR is complex and anticipated to impact every part of a company – from IT to marketing, and beyond. Download your copy of the new GDPR Basics ebook and find out how to be well prepared for GDPR.
Information Governance Initiative
The Information Governance Initiative and its supporters are always looking for new ways to drive information governance (IG) forward. The IG community has told us that one of the most valuable things we can do for them is simply to share stories about how IG is getting done.
Information Governance is Good Business
This paper defines Information Governance within the framework of EIM and positions it as a driver of operational effectiveness. It discusses the benefits, challenges, technologies, and best practices of effective Information Governance.
7 Essential Steps for Taking Control of Digital Data Debris
Information is a valuable business asset. But that doesn’t mean that more of it is better. In fact, the opposite is closer to the truth. Too much information can be a liability for an organisation, putting it at risk of high costs, noncompliance, and, perhaps most importantly, the inability to find the right information to drive business decisions.
Leading financial services organisations are implementing robust Information Governance strategies to effectively manage the explosion of information across the enterprise. Get control of your enterprise information by reading the white paper from Kahn Consulting: 7 Essential Steps for Taking Control of Digital Data Debris. You’ll learn:
- The 7 steps that will help you build your Information Governance strategy
- The issues and hurdles facing organisations today
- The top benefits of defensible disposition—and how Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions can help you get there
Information Governance – A Must for Every Company
Information Governance is a central, but not always popular, topic in companies worldwide. Non-integrated partial solutions prevail, which can lead to business risks because regulatory requirements cannot be verifiably adhered to. This paper, focused on Germany, looks at why information governance matters there.