Our second “boot camp” at Charter Supporter, kCura’s, Relativity Fest in Chicago in October was a success.  The IGI leadership team— Barclay T. Blair, Bennett B. Borden, Jason R. Baron, and Jay Brudz—guided the over 50 participants through a series of working sessions on information governance (IG) designed to provide them with a practical, hands-on experience.

During the breakout sessions, participants had an opportunity to work with their peers to explore the various facets of IG, to see an IG steering committee in action, and to build a project plan for tackling a specific IG project.  This boot camp also delved deeper into the topic of remediation.  Participants were introduced to the concept of remediation, to an organizing principle for remediation, and to a maturity model framework and methodology for remediation activities. In connection with the boot camp, the IGI released a new paper, The Role of Remediation in Information Governance.

“We received great feedback on the IGI Boot Camp held at our user conference, Relativity Fest, in October, so are planning a mini boot camp on data remediation for LegalTech New York this February.  Our customers get a lot out of it, and we love that we can offer a hands-on environment for practitioners to dive into information governance alongside their peers.”—Nick Robertson, Vice President of Product & Marketing at kCura

Stay tuned for more details on upcoming IGI boot camps and other events, here.  To register for the mini boot camp, click here.