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Information governance is emerging as a critical discipline. The overarching enterprise information governance structure allows staff to work in the most efficient and effective way possible, by giving them access to information assets in a controlled and secure manner. A key component is ease of use and transparency. If governance or information management controls are too difficult, they will fail. If they are weak or non-existent, the organization faces high risk due to non-compliance, litigation, and poor decision making.
PPC and Concept Searching will discuss how information governance can be deployed to create an accountability framework to achieve organizational objectives in the valuation, creation, storage, use, archiving and deletion of information, and how Concept Searching technologies can be used to compliment a highly effective information governance strategy.
What you will take away from this session:
• How to develop taxonomies for structuring information that are effective, easy to create, maintain, and manage
• Learn how to create structures to deploy an effective information lifecycle management strategy
• How to expand your taxonomy by starting small and keeping it manageable, and introducing a continuous review process
• Understand the ROI of taxonomies and information governance to quantify the benefits to the organization
• Learn how to identify relevant, quantifiable business outcomes that taxonomy and information governance deliver
Heather McAuliffe, Principal - Content Strategist at PPC
Don Miller, Vice President of Sales at Concept Searching