[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Today’s look inside the Information Governance Initiative’s Annual Report 2014 explores where organizations are buying information governance (IG) services. The full report and related infographics are available for download now at: www.iginitiative.com/community (registration required).
According to our research, the most common source of IG services—by a wide margin (almost twice the next most popular response, boutique IG firms) is professional services groups at software and hardware providers.
What is especially interesting about our results is where organizations are least likely to purchase IG services—law firms. Only 8% of practitioners reported that they purchased IG services from law firms this year. This result was somewhat surprising given the anecdotal evidence that many IG programs seem to be started as the result of legal issues.
The above infographic is released under a Creative Commons license that enables you to freely use it as you build support for information governance at your organization. We have also provided a PowerPoint deck including this graphic and speaker notes.
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