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TAKE A LOOK INSIDE THE 2014 ANNUAL REPORT: HOW ARE PRACTITIONERS ADDRESSING LEGACY CONTENT?

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Last week we took a look inside the IGI Annual Report 2014 at what technologies are considered part of the IG product market. The full report and related infographics are available for download now at: www.iginitiative.com/community (registration required). This week, we explore how legacy content is being handled. As part of our research, we […]

2014 ANNUAL REPORT SNEAK PEEK: IG PROJECTS TAKE TOO LONG TO GET STARTED

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Last week, we published the IGI Annual Report 2014. For those who haven’t read it, here is a sneak peek inside. Both the Report and related infographics are available for download now at:www.iginitiative.com/community (registration required). Today’s peek inside the report takes a look at the time it takes for a typical information governance (IG) […]

IGI PUBLISHES 2014 ANNUAL REPORT

Today, the Information Governance Initiative releases its 2014 Annual Report. The report offers a definition of information governance (IG) and its core concepts, explores the products and services that organizations are buying and the projects they working on, and gives IG practitioners insights and tools they can start using immediately in their IG programs. “The […]

2014 ANNUAL REPORT SNEAK PEEK: COMPARING PROVIDER AND PRACTITIONER PERCEPTIONS ABOUT WHICH IG PROJECT TO TACKLE FIRST

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This week, we release the third sneak peek into our upcoming 2014 Annual Report. Previously, we offered a high-level definition of IG supported by the vast majority of our community. Last week, we advanced the argument that there should be a C-suite level role of Chief Information Governance Officer to tie together all of the […]

2014 ANNUAL REPORT SNEAK PEEK: THE FACETS OF INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Last week, in a sneak peek of our upcoming 2014 Annual Report, we advanced a high-level conceptual definition of information governance that has the support of 93% of our community. It generated some chatter on Twitter, some great discussion, and Barclay had fun with some thoughtful criticism of the definition on his personal blog. […]