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Leveraging Information Lifecycle Governance To Achieve Information Success

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Understanding how the information lifecycle helps improve information capabilities. Understanding information governance through the lifecycle portion of the information governance model.

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Leveraging Information Lifecycle Governance To Achieve Information Success

  1. 1. Nick Inglis, CIP, IGP
  2. 2. "Information Governance is all the rules, regulations, legislation, standards and policies with which organizations need to comply when they create, share and use information.” -Chris Walker
  3. 3. Information Governance Information Risk Information Value
  4. 4. Non-Financial - Intrinsic Value - Business Value - Performance Value Financial - Cost Value - Economic Value - Market Value Legal Risk Financial Risk Reputation Risk Operational Risk Environmental Risk Value: Risk: Risk Points: Victoria L. Lemieux, http://www.arma.org/bookstore/files/Lemieux.pdf Value Points: Doug Laney, http://searchcio.techtarget.com/feature/Six-ways-to-measure-the-value-of-your-information-assets
  5. 5. Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  6. 6. Business Processes Supports Authorities
  7. 7. Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure
  8. 8. Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  9. 9. Business Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities Authorities Information Governance Leader Business / Organization Legal / Compliance Records & Information Management Privacy / Security IT
  10. 10. Business Supports Project Management Change Management Communication Organizational Learning / Training Standards / Best Practices Help Desk / FAQs Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  11. 11. Business Processes Accountability Metrics Policies Procedures Rules Roles Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  12. 12. Technology Capabilities Access Information Lifecycle Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Search Protection Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  13. 13. Technology Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities Structures Information Architecture Taxonomy Metadata Formats Protocols Technology Architecture
  14. 14. Technology Infrastructure Security Applications & Software APIs / Web Services Networks & Connectivity Hosting / Cloud SLAs & Licensing Hardware Performance Business Technology Capabilities Structures Infrastructure Processes Supports Authorities
  15. 15. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving
  16. 16. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage
  17. 17. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage
  18. 18. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage Capability
  19. 19. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage Capability Stage
  20. 20. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage Capability Stage Capability
  21. 21. Capture Collaborate Version Control Retention / Storage Holds / eDiscovery Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage Capability Stage Capability Stage
  22. 22. Capture Collaborate Retention / Storage Disposal / Archiving Stage Stage Stage Stage
  23. 23. Capture Collaborate Retention / Storage Disposal / Archiving
  24. 24. Capture Collaboration Retention / Storage Disposal / Archiving Location Local Computer Information System Records System Archiving System Time Until ready to collaborate Disposed after 2 years if not declared Disposed after 7 years if not archived Disposed if not archived Action Upload to SharePoint Declare or move to disposal Decision required: dispose or archive Metadata File Name, Creation Date, Author File Name, Creation Date, Author, Contract number, Signed File Name, Creation Date, Author, Contract number, Signed File Name, Creation Date, Author, Contract number, Signed Workflows None If signed=“yes”, “declare as Record” workflow 7 years after last modified date, disposal workflow Disposal or move to Archival rules Additional Details None Print restrictions Print restrictions
  25. 25. All Information Group A Sub-group A1 Sub-group A2 Group B Sub-group B1 Sub-group B2 Group C Sub-group C1
  26. 26. All Information Group A Sub-group A1 Sub-group A2 Group B Sub-group B1 Sub-group B2 Group C Sub-group C1
  27. 27. Nick Inglis, CIP, IGP

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