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Records and Information Governance

Dec 03, 2013
From the Advisory Institute

Defining Issues: Forensic Technology

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For years, CIOs have expressed the need to bring IT closer to business and legal operations. Despite the benefits of such a convergence, this is challenging to effect in practice, and very few organizations "get it right."

A case in point is implementation of an effective information governance strategy, which requires navigating the complex issues faced by corporate compliance and legal departments to mitigate risk, increase compliance and reduce costs.

This article describes the key components of an information governance framework: stakeholders, processes and technology solutions.


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