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Building a Foundation for Information Governance

White Paper Published By: OpenText
OpenText
Published:  Dec 14, 2011
Type:  White Paper
Length:  17 pages

Information mismanagement destroys business value, slows organizations down, creates unnecessary risks, drastically increases storage costs and is simply, unsustainable!  Keeping information forever or destroying content on a whim is no longer the answer. Organizations have no choice but to take action. Good information governance practices don't just impact the bottom line - it is as much a top-line directive: an organization cannot achieve or sustain long-term success without managing and harnessing its information effectively...

Building a foundation for information governance is your next step...


Key Takeaways - Answers to these questions and more..

  • Is there a need to balance the cost and risk associated to the uncontrolled growth of content with the value found in that content
  • Are Archiving, Retention and Records Mgmt, and eDiscovery the critical components to Information Governance
  • Are there hidden costs associated to an archive everything approach
  • What must be done to ensure defensible deletion?
  • Where to begin - with your riskiest content?



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information governance, open text, opentext, governance, information management, risks, storage, storage costs, sustainability, sustainable, analytical applications, business intelligence, database development, data quality, database security, service oriented architecture, data warehousing, business technology

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