Hundreds of business processes, dozens of jurisdictions, and terabytes of information stored across countless repositories… sound familiar? Organizations are required to comply with legal and regulatory requirements by actively enforcing information governance policies directly on information assets across geographies, jurisdictions, repositories and physical warehouses. It's impractical to store all content in a single system, but applying governance services across these systems seems like a daunting if not impossible task. Many vendors talk about in-place governance, but is it even possible? If so, how and where do you begin?
An information governance policy specifies the retention and disposition rules along with security and data privacy controls. In addition to mitigating risks, applying information governance drives revenue growth and enhances corporate programs. Attend this 60-minute complimentary Webinar to better understand the feasibility of employing policies across systems such as SharePoint, EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet, Autonomy, OpenText, e-mail systems, file shares, and even homegrown proprietary systems.
Topics to be Discussed:
- Understand the complexities of active policy enforcement
- Learn the difference between governance and access connectors
- Hear specific steps on how to kick start an information governance program
Who should attend:
- Senior level Records Managers
- Corporate legal counsel
- Compliance and risk managers
- Information and data management professionals
- Senior IT professionals
- Storage Managers
- Business analysts