Tag Archives: Boot Camp

A MATURITY MODEL FOR DATA REMEDIATION

A New Information Governance Leader

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Remediation is more than mere deletion. It is an information governance (IG) process directed at bringing order to information. It is focused on the overall management of information including cleaning up, organizing, and migrating information. The overarching goals of a full remediation project are to retain information valuable or necessary to meet the organization’s […]

IGI’S INAUGURAL BOOT CAMP AT INFOGOVCON IS A SUCCESS

IGI Boot Camp at InfoGovCon

The Information Governance Initiative’s (IGI) inaugural IGI Boot Camp at the Information Governance Conference (InfoGovCon) on September 9, 2014 was met with both enthusiastic participation and great feedback from attendees. The over 30 participants covered a very diverse range of backgrounds, showing that information governance (IG) as a multi-stakeholder effort is catching on. IG practitioners came […]

INFOGOVCON INTERVIEWS BARCLAY T. BLAIR ABOUT IGI ANNUAL REPORT 2014

iDiscovery Solutions joins the IGI

The IGI will be participating in the upcoming Information Governance Conference (InfoGovCon) in Hartford, Connecticut on September 8-10, 2014. InfoGovCon interviewed IGI’s Barclay T. Blair (IGI Founder and Executive Director) about the recently published IGI Annual Report 2014. In the interview, Barclay identified a key way in which the report is different from other industry […]

IGI OFFERS HANDS ON, PRACTICAL WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

The Information Governance Initiative is offering a hands-on, practical information governance (IG) “boot camp” at the Information Governance Conference (InfoGovCon) on September 9th, 2014. During the IGI Boot Camp Sessions, practitioners will learn about setting the stage for IG at their organizations, getting started on their first IG project, forming an IG steering committee, and […]