For nearly two decades, large enterprises have complained about how much information they have to store, manage and protect. As regulations regarding that information steadily grow in number and complexity, they complain louder. The stakes—penalties and reputational damage for mishandled information—get higher. But a solution always seems just out of reach.
Fifteen years ago, there were no CIOs. We had VPs of MIS (management information services). If you'd asked one of them whether the problems of data growth, complexity and security—what we now call information governance—would be solved by 2014, the answer likely would have been "yes." A good bet, but wrong. . . .
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