A new discipline is emerging in organizations. Call it "Information Governance." It takes many forms, and has vast organizational implications. For instance, one of the "hot topics" for information managers used to be, "How do I manage my out-of-control e-mail?" Now the world wants to know: "How do I avoid getting in a mess like that in the first place?"
Today organizations are beginning to recognize the value to be created by careful adherence to policies, and to the thoughtful application of plans and processes that allow companies to take advantage of information - e-mail included - not merely fight against it. It takes cooperation and a leadership willing to manage change.
In this webcast you will learn:
- What it takes to roll out information governance throughout your organization.
- Why e-mail archiving may be a good starting point to drive information governance across your organization, supporting an overall strategy.
- Real-world experiences and best practices from people who've done it.
Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!