Category Archives: Supporters

Events with our IGI Supporters.

Guest Post: Big Data From Employees Lead to Big Risk For Employers

This article was originally published on The Relativity Blog. It was written by Sam Bock, editor of The Relativity Blog and a member of the marketing communications team at kCura. Between Wikileaks, tech experts, and the Federal Trade Commission, we have no shortage of sources reminding us on an almost daily basis that the Information […]

Guest Post – Information Governance and the Social Enterprise

Information Governance and the Social Enterprise by Robert Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing of Actiance, Inc. Another terrific gathering of information governance and records management thought leaders at the MER Conference and the IGI’s awesome Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) Summit in Chicago. MER provided a great opportunity to present our thoughts on “Information Governance […]

Guest Post: Valuation of Information

The following is part of our guest blog series. Jane C. Allen and Brian Fox, who advise organizations on e-discovery, forensics, and a broad range of additional IG topics in their roles at PwC, wrote this piece, and it is published as it was provided. PwC is an IGI Supporter.  Information valuation is the topic […]

Don’t Forget to Register for our Post-LTNY Webinar

Reminder: Join Us for a Live Discussion on Wednesday, February 8th AT 1PM EDT Register Now! In our first webinar of 2017, IGI leaders will host a discussion with subject matter experts from IGI Charter Supporter OpenText.  UPDATE: Our experts will also share most important IG and E-Discovery trends and developments they just saw and heard at the LegalTech […]

Nearly Half of Organizations Are Using Four Modes of Enterprise Communication Concurrently

Join IGI Founder & Executive Director, Barclay T. Blair, at Actiance’s Executive Briefing Series on October 18, 2016 in Washington, DC.  The IGI has partnered again with Actiance for a second Executive Briefing series. The series looks at the various communication channels (e.g. unified communications, instant messaging, social media, and voice) employees are now using in […]