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Published on: November 23, 2011
Type of content: EGUIDE
Length: 18 pages
Information governance programs can help organizations set policies, procedures and controls for managing and using all types of corporate information, from structured data to unstructured content such as documents and email messages. But information governance is a relatively new and still-evolving discipline, and many organizations have yet to align their processes for governing structured data and unstructured information.
In this e-guide, you will find an overview of key information governance issues and practical advice on building a business case for information governance, developing an information governance strategy and structuring an information governance program.