Jan 09, 2016
The siloed approach to managing information is old hat. Like the spider’s web, each unit of the organization is intertwined with the others. Therefore, companies should consider managing their data as a cohesive environment, recognizing that the business teams, records, legal and compliance units are all seeking access to the same information. This approach optimizes storage costs, reduces risk to the organization, and creates a seamless infrastructure. In order to tackle the issue of comprehensive information governance, it is useful to map out and account for all existing systems in which both structured and unstructured data may already be managed. All unstructured data, even “junk,” needs to be addressed by the information governance system.
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