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From the MER Conference 2012
Speaker: Kristi Perdue
Effectively and defensibly managing business content is an overwhelming challenge for most organizations. The task of sorting the relevant from the non-relevant is critical. Successfully implementing an information governance strategy first requires a thorough understanding of the organization's information landscape - "the good, the bad, and the ugly".
Like trying to capture the proverbial greased pig, understanding your data is very difficult. Many that try immediately ask, "Where do we start?"
In this pioneering case study, learn how a large financial institution utilized content assessment to:
- Evaluate their information landscape,
- Analyze huge volumes of data, and
- Assess their "governance maturity".
All this was done prior to implementing their information governance strategy.
This session provides valuable insights regarding:
- Learning how advanced analytics and classification technologies can help your organization identify and analyze huge volumes of data,
- Understanding your organization's digital content - where it is and what is in it,
- Proposing taxonomies based on the content,
- Realizing how much content assessment can both help determine areas of risk and cost reduction as well as facilitate aligning the priorities for your strategy,
- Reducing your organization's "digital haystack" - legally and quickly, and
- Applying the methodologies discussed promptly - to help kick-start your information governance strategy enterprise-wide!