Information Governance in Age of Mobile, Cloud and Social

July 14, 2014 Featured Articles

Enterprise data is no longer restricted to transaction-based and other legacy systems. Companies have broadened their data sources and sharing platforms to include mobile, cloud and social channels.

Many companies are embracing the "bring your own device" (BYOD) philosophy and enabling a broader range of devices in the workplace. And they are looking to reduce management and IT risks by moving apps and entire infrastructures into cloud environments and utilizing cloud-based software services. On the social side managers are becoming more open to collaboration, including opening information repositories to include data gathered from non-traditional sources and expanding their communications channels.

How can these new environments be leveraged to de-risk and accelerate information governance strategies and projects without creating chaos? The solution lies in effective content collection and information sharing . . .

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