Articles in: Information Governance

George Kobakhidze: Users Only Access Around 10% of Data

George Kobakhidze: Users Only Access Around 10% of Data

ZL’s team has a wide variety of perspectives on information governance, brought on by different roles, experiences, and knowledge. For this post, I interviewed solutions engineer George Kobakhidze about his insights on […]

Celebrating 20 Years

Celebrating 20 Years

In today’s startup era, you don’t see “Tech Company Turns 20” in the headlines very often. But this month, that’s exactly what ZL’s doing. Read on to find out about the journey […]

Data: The New Philosopher King?

Data: The New Philosopher King?

In the utopian society described in Plato’s Republic, knowledgeable philosophers led the ignorant masses. These ‘Philosopher Kings’ supposedly knew what was best for the people and the society at large, and the […]

Fostering Growth through Information Governance

Fostering Growth through Information Governance

A better New Year's resolution

What a year! As 2018 comes to a close, we are presented with the opportunity to reflect on the events of the past year. From new information governance regulations and data breaches […]

Automation in Data Management

Automation in Data Management

Filling the Manual Gaps

Managing data is a big challenge facing today’s businesses. Many organizations don’t think they have enough budget, staff, or knowledge to create and maintain a useful information governance program. Data management— the […]

A brief history of data

A Brief History of Data

From Crop Yields to Smart Fridges

There has been a lot of talk about data in the last few years. We hear about it in many ways, from how our privacy is at risk to how it’s going […]