By: Editorial Staff, Date: November 12th, 2021

Disaster strikes unexpectedly in all organizations. But all too often, they are caught unawares. Worst, unprepared! When this happens, the process of strategic decision-making bears the brunt of passive ownership and inadequate responsibility and accountability.

That is why increasing demand for a sound information governance (IG) program is in place. Information governance rules out complacency- right to the core. As it has evolved to be more policy-driven, it helps to define clearly who, what, when, where, why, and how your company’s information is accessed and utilized.

While an improved data retention process aims to reduce cost, minimize risks, and manage information lifecycle, it also encompasses data security, privacy, and compliance. In the recent survey by ACC and the Pagefreezer, the results underscore the need to prioritize data retention and preservation strategies for improvement across data sources.  Notwithstanding the prevailing challenges that are incurred, the resulting report reveals significant insights and key recommendations to overcome them.

Read on for more of this insightful report from the industry experts! See for yourselves the implications of an upward trajectory of IG especially in eDiscovery and learn how you can make the most of it.

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Target readers are those involved in litigation, data privacy, and information security, technology professionals, and those who have an interest in Information Governance (IG).

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