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Many organizations recognize the need to establish a governance plan in order to “control the chaos” within their SharePoint portals. But, how do businesses truly do this in the real world? How do they develop a plan, and once they have one, put the policies and procedures which make up the plan actually into practice? What are typical challenges and what are real viable solutions? How do you move an organization to a more well-governed state when you already have a large unorganized content repository (SharePoint or otherwise)? How much responsibility do you impose on your business users, and how much do you control centrally? This session will look at solutions to these questions (and more) through two real life case studies: one of a global financial institution and the other of a Fortune 100 energy firm. These case studies will look at how they developed, implemented and promoted information governance policies and how they put them into practice for SharePoint in their enterprises. This session will also look at real software solutions (that you can build) within SharePoint to facilitate a business’ evolution from using a loosely-managed file repository to collaborating within a strongly-governed corporate information portal.