Articles in: Information Governence
Building an Information Governance Program
Go slow and deliberately in order to go fast
Information Governance has slowly but surely demonstrated its importance to organizations. The initial impetus varies, but the end goal is generally accepted among professionals: They want to control data by (1) knowing […]Jun 24, 2016
Come Join us at MER 2016!
File Share Cleanup: How to do it Once and Never Again
The Windy City can conjure a vast array of sights and sensory experiences, but for those of us at ZL headquarters it can really mean only one thing: the MER Conference. This time of year brings us the chance to meet with some of the nation’s most prominent records professionals as they descend upon the Midwest’s urban epicenter each and every May. And unsurprisingly, 2016 will be no exception. We have a robust roster of events lined up, as ZL returns to the event for yet another year.May 17, 2016
Can Office 365 Provide 360° Governance?
How to determine if O365 functionality is appropriate for your organization
In working with our customers to supplement their Microsoft Office 365 (O365) environments, I’ve been afforded unique insight into Microsoft’s cloud services. And, as in the case with most enterprise software, rarely does one size fit all. True assessment of O365 – or any other data management platform – requires the business to know the right questions to ask from the get-go.Apr 01, 2016
Data Lake: A Practitioner’s Guide
From Myths to Management Methods
The data lake; we’ve all heard of it, but do we know exactly what it is? In our experience people recognize that it’s an exciting concept, and they can convey that it’s supposed to be a central repository for all enterprise data that companies can then leverage using analytics in order to gain valuable business insights.Mar 19, 2016
ILTA 2016 Information Governance Survey
Work in IG? ILTA wants to learn about your experience!
Information governance is BIG. And not just big in the sense of “big data.” It’s a big concept that means many things to many people… all depending on the nature of their organization, the main business drivers of their organization, and their own role within that organization.Mar 03, 2016