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Wake up, C-Suite -- #InfoChaos is Approaching

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Information Governance usually puts the C-Suite to sleep. But unless they start treating it as a strategic priority, organizations run the risk of being overwhelmed by #InfoChaos. A summary of the …

Information Governance usually puts the C-Suite to sleep. But unless they start treating it as a strategic priority, organizations run the risk of being overwhelmed by #InfoChaos. A summary of the latest research by AIIM, ARMA, and Cohasset Associates.

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  • 1. Wake up, C-Suite. #InfoChaos is Approaching.
  • 2. We need to think more strategically about Information Governance I know “information governance” can seem like a snooze fest to the C-Suite.
  • 3. But Dealing With Your Organization’s DIGITAL LANDFILLS is Key to Turning #InfoChaos into Business Opportunity.
  • 4. Most conversations about Information Governance begin with “What do we need to keep and for how long?” This is because Governance has traditionally been defined in terms of our PAPER legacy.
  • 5. The explosion in the volume, variety, and velocity of digital information means we need to start the conversation differently… “How can we safely and responsibly get rid of excess information before we are buried beneath our DIGITAL LANDFILLS?”
  • 6. So how effectively are organizations dealing with their Digital Landfills?
  • 7. Over 1,300 Organizations Surveyed The Most Comprehensive Study of Who Keeps What and Why to Date
  • 8. Click to get the report.
  • 9. % of organizations with either manual disposition processes or “don’t know”… 83% Desktop information 75% File shares 83% Mobile devices
  • 10. % “over-preserving” or “not effectively” preserving information… 67% Desktop information 69% File shares 51%* Mobile devices *Plus 41% “Don’t Know”
  • 11. Biggest challenges to safely getting rid of digital “stuff”: 75% Lack of automation 64% Users won’t “let go” 56% Legal holds
  • 12. Is this harder or easier than two years ago? 47% It’s more difficult.
  • 13. 21% Only 21% “effectively preserve” structured application data
  • 14. 44% Only 44% destroy paper copies after successfully capturing them as images.
  • 15. The more unconventional the content, the less likely it is to be effectively managed over its lifetime.
  • 16. Company website 37% Social media 60% Company video 66% Do you manage information over its life cycle? % “not planned or “don’t know” Blog Posts 67% Podcasts 74%
  • 17. Wake up, C-Suite. Without effective Information Governance #InfoChaos is Approaching.
  • 18. Click to get the report. Click to get the report.