The overall archiving market was $1.76 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow at an 11.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2019. EIA is emerging as a commonly used technology underpinning for higher-level use cases supporting compliance, information governance, e-discovery and historical preservation of data.
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The relationship between an organization's information-handling practices and the impact those practices have on its ability to respond to electronic discovery is recognized in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). But the EDRM falls short of describing standards or best practices that can be applied to the complex issues surrounding the creation, management, and governance of electronic information. ARMA International's Generally Accepted Record-keeping Principles and its information Governance Maturity Model are designed specifically to provide a scalable, broadly applicable framework to address these issues.
Published By: Attachmate
Published Date: Dec 05, 2013
From email to Dropbox and FTP, the file transfer process in most organizations is fraught with risk and simply does not meet most organizations’ corporate governance requirements. The result is that the status quo of file transfer in most organizations can be considered UFT—or Unmanaged File Transfer.
What is needed to overcome the problem, therefore, is Managed File Transfer (MFT)—a solution that will enable complete control over content, its lifecycle, access rights to that information, the maintenance of an audit trail, and disposition of data according to corporate governance requirements.
This white paper, sponsored by Attachmate and based on a survey conducted by Osterman Research, describes current file transfer practices and the extent of risk that organizations face by not managing file transfer properly. It also explains the benefits of MFT, provides guidelines for evaluating file transfer vendors, and describes FileXpress®, Attachmate’s MFT solution.
Published By: bigtincan
Published Date: Oct 10, 2014
These days, business productivity depends largely on the ability to securely access and interact with a wide range of information over mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones. From sales executives to field technicians, the demand for accessing corporate content securely on mobile devices is growing exponentially.
In the past, implementing security measures to protect corporate content has involved VPNs, intranets, firewalls and passwords. However the increasing uptake of mobile devices in corporate settings means security measures must be implemented over a plethora of networks and devices.
bigtincan has created a powerful solution with BigTinCan hub. An application for mobile devices, it allows for the distribution, management and governance of a range of content, including documents and rich media content, with enterprise-grade security.
This report will discuss why EFSS tools will be the next- generation content management platforms. We’ll also briefly explore the emergence of Information Governance and how ECM delivers some of the required functionality.
These days, everyone's talking about digital transformation. But exactly how does your company get there?
Capture is a great place to start — in fact, it's one of the most critical steps to take as you move your business into the digital age. Whether it’s simply using OCR to make content more easily discoverable, adding and enhancing metadata to drive specific processes, or classifying content from the onset for better information governance, capture adds a ton of value to your existing content assets.
This ebook details our key takeaways from AIIM's Industry Watch Report, Improving Business Operations in 2017: Capturing Vital Content. We share how cloud-based capture tools are replacing the longstanding legacy of paper-based processes to streamline and speed up the way you do business.
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• How the latest capture innovations can support your digital strategy
• 5 business processes that benefit most from advanced capture technologies
• The key benefits of c
Published By: Datastax
Published Date: Apr 04, 2017
As the big data ecosystem continues to expand, new technologies are addressing the requirements for managing, processing, analyzing, and storing data to help companies benefit from the rich sources of information flowing into their organizations. From NoSQL databases to open source projects to commercial products offered on-premises and in the cloud, the future of big data is being driven by innovative new approaches across the data management lifecycle. The most pressing areas include real-time data processing, interactive analysis, data integration, data governance, and security. Download this report for a better understanding of the current landscape, emerging best practices and real-world successes.
Published By: Diligent
Published Date: Jul 10, 2017
Data is everywhere - on moblie devices, in the cloud, in transit. The Accumulation of data and the rise of business using data to better hone their practices are rapidly evolving as data comes from various platforms and in different forms.
Data growth, new technologies and evolving cyber threats create challenges for organizations looking to set the strategies, framework and policies for keeping all of that information secure.
"Industry experts predict that successful businesses will soon become 100% digital for all transactions. The key challenge is how to “go digital” in the right ways. For most companies, it will be an incremental journey.
TodaysGeneralCounsel.com suggests that organisations should focus on a broad enterprise-wide information governance strategy developed by IT, legal, records and business stakeholders. Doing so improves governance, risk management and compliance programs.
This best practices paper outlines seven important ways that legal teams can make meaningful progress in their digital transformations."
The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary
storage utilization. By allowing multiple operating systems and applications to run on
a single physical server, organizations can significantly lower their hardware costs and
take advantage of efficiency and agility improvements as more and more tasks become
automated. This also alleviates the pain of fragmented IT ecosystems and incompatible
Protecting these virtualized environments, however, and the ever-growing amount
of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-prem
secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure
costs. The increasing pressure on IT teams to maintain business continuity and information
governance are changing how businesses view infrastructure resiliency and long-term data
retention—they are consequently looking to new solutions to ensure immediate availability
and complete protection of the
Find out why the Council believes that organizations that actively shape their cloud deployment strategies and extend strong information governance practices into the cloud will maximize their ability to leverage information for business advantage.
For data-driven businesses, cloud can be a boon. Data can be found, processed and managed on the cloud without an investment in local hardware infrastructure, but what does that mean to information trust and governance? When data comes from cloud-based sources, IT needs a plan for data integration and security.
Download this insightful white paper and learn the four key priorities you must consider when developing your IT strategy to promote good hybrid information governance. Learn the blend of process, organizational and technical enablers that will allow you to move to a hybrid environment with speed and confidence.
Chatter about the cloud is everywhere. You can't turn on your TV, look at your smartphone, open a magazine or browse websites without being inundated with messages about the cloud. Proponents tell you the cloud will save you time, give you a place to store data, create a way to manage hard drive space on your phone and much more. Detractors will scare you with stories of hackers gaining access to personal photos and bank account numbers.
This IDC White Paper discusses the impact of the critical records management, data retention, and data protection regulations across key geographies. It concludes with recommendations for developing global information governance best practices.
Organizations with data-sharing environments, complex information and systems hinder business responsiveness and decision makers’ ability to make informed decisions. This white paper will describe how engaging in a master data management (MDM) project enables effective governance of data - specifically master data - and achieves maturity in key categories of the IBM Data Governance Maturity Model.
This white paper, authored by industry analyst IDC, explores the problems confronting IT organizations today as they seek to bring data together from disparate sources in order to achieve better information coherence, operational efficiency, and more effective overall governance. Specifically, the paper considers the problems posed by the complexity of "data integration" technology in terms of its configuration and maintenance. It looks at the utility of a grid computing approach in providing scalability and manageability for "data integration" and considers how an appliance approach can further reduce cost and risk for customers.
Does your business need to safeguard information, keep auditors and regulators satisfied, and improve data quality? Data governance is the answer. This informative video outlines the latest challenges and best practices in data governance. IBM data governance solutions help businesses with:• Audit and reporting • Data architecture/infrastructure • Data quality • Information lifecyle management • Metadata/business glossaries • Organizational design/development • Policy/risk management • Security/privacy/compliance • Stewardship/value creation
In business, no two challenges are the same. To be effective now and in the future, organizations must be able to adapt with speed and agility. Read this white paper to learn how enterprise mashups can help you use existing IT assets and projects to solve situational problems and take advantage of business opportunities.
We need to move away from the current environment in which data is treated as separate from (and subservient to) applications and business process-which may require a cultural shift within the IT department.
Companies need capabilities for identifying data assets and relationships, assessing data growth and implementing tiered storage strategies-capabilities that information governance can provide. It is important to classify enterprise data, understand data relationships and define service levels. Database archiving has proven effective in managing continued application data growth especially when it is combined with data discovery.