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Updated by Bryant Duhon on Aug 27, 2014
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Governance v Records Management

Records management and/or information governance

strong textLast week Laurence Hart published a blog post in which he stated: ''I've been talking a lot about information governance of late. The reason I've been doing it is because if it simply becomes a term used in place of Records Management we will have wasted an opportunity. Information Governance is different.

Information Governance Repeating the Same Mistakes

One thing I've been doing a lot of recently is observing the rise of Information Governance. It is eating all the bandwidth that Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Information Management, and Records Management have historically consumed. All the same players are involved; each trying to make a name for themselves.

Stop comparing Information Governance with Records Management!

Information Governance has been all the rage in the ECM world in the last year. Chris Walker, Laurence Hart, James Lappin, John Mancini, Barclay T. Blair and many other writers whose opinions I respect, are all writing about it. That, in itself, is a good thing: I've been an advocate of Information Governance for a...

INFORMATION ACTION: actionable ideas for evidence-based decision-making

The role of the Data Governance Function Something I don't think I've ever mentioned in this column is my long-standing love affair with the theatre, and musical theatre in particular.

Information Governance: What It Is & Why We Need It | The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

Mack: We are happy to bring to your readers the latest on how the initiative to define information governance is rolling out, what is being found and why it is important for organizations we serve and individuals in those organizations to have this knowledge.

Okay, one last time? Defining information governance.

If you stick around long enough . . . Five years ago, in March 2009, I first published an eBook called "Making the Case for Information Governance." In the eBook I discussed - among other things - how to define IG, provided some sample definitions from various groups, and said that words don't really matter, just the concepts.

You Don't Know What You Don't Know

The Akron Legal News this week published an interesting editorial on information governance. The story by Richard Weiner discussed how law firms are dealing with the transition from rooms filled with hard copy records to electronically stored information (ESI) which includes firm business records as well as huge amounts of client eDiscovery content.

Information Governance - presentation to inforum 2013

Copyright © OpenText Corporation. All rights reserved. Information Governance Beyond Compliance Paula J Smith, ARIM Open Text Professional Services September 2...

The Greatness of Information Governance

I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live by the light that I have. I must stand with anybody that stands right, and stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong."

Information Governance Is

Over the last few weeks some pretty bright minds have been talking / writing about what Information Governance (IG) is and isn't. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the restraint to stay out of it. To get some of the background of what's been going on, read a few posts from these guys (I don't always agree...


ECM & ERM Community Blog By Susan Goodman CIP, IGP, CRM, Director, Records Management at Consumer Reports Current Rating: Another terrific annual AIIM conference has just concluded. I had the privilege of presenting a session with Rob Howley to a packed audience on Records Management in the Cloud, heard many engaging presentations and spoke with colleagues and vendors of products.