by Greg Houston on August 11, 2014
The Information Governance Initiative (IGI) announced the availability of their 2014 annual report today. IGI is a cross-disciplinary consortium dedicated to advancing the adoption of information governance practices and technologies. They perform research, advocacy, and peer-to-peer networking, and publish their work freely to help provide guidance for individuals responsible for IG at their organization.
IGI 2014 Annual Report
The inaugural report, titled Information Governance Goes to Work, offers a thorough introduction to information governance, including:
• Definitions of IG concepts
• Survey results quantifying the market
• Predictions on the future of IG
• Quantifications of ROI, and
• Descriptions of current projects and how to get started
Whether you’re well versed in IG, or are just trying to build knowledge on the topic, you’ll find the report a valuable read.
As a charter supporter of the IGI, we’re happy to provide you with a copy of the report. Check it out here to learn more.
Announcing the IG Boot Camp at Relativity Fest 2014
We’re excited to announce a new IG boot camp at this year’s Relativity Fest sponsored by the IGI and exclusively for corporate legal, IT, RIM, and compliance professionals. On October 14, corporate attendees will have an opportunity to dive deeply into IG content and learn from experts at the IGI and kCura.
Learn about and workshop the core facets of IG, and see hands-on, practical examples of how to run a data remediation project in Relativity. This one-day boot camp will be interactive, and is great for practitioners who are currently engaged in active projects, working on getting a cross-functional IG initiative off the ground, or who are interested in tangible and actionable information and strategies from industry experts.
Posted by Greg Houston.