Entries by Barb Mosher Zinck

Innovation Lab: The Role of Blockchain in Information Governance

Something is exciting about diving into innovative technology and figuring out how it can improve the way you do business. The blockchain is one of those technologies and in the information management world there are some interesting ways it is helping increase data security, accountability, and transparency. Blockchain – just the basics With many resources […]

Information Governance Innovations in 2019

If 2018 showed us anything, it’s that information governance has captured the attention of organizations of all sizes. Maybe they don’t all refer to the work they do on ensuring their information is well governed as “information governance,” but they are thinking about what’s needed and doing the work to make it happen. While companies […]

Managing Governance Policies with everteam.policy

Keeping up with the constantly changing and growing legal and compliance regulations can seem like an exercise in frustration. Governance policies related to how you use and manage data cross departments and applications, and trying to manage them all in a spreadsheet simply doesn’t make sense. We could go on about the issues with spreadsheets […]

Looking Back At Information Governance in 2018

2018 was the year enterprises started seriously investing in their information governance programs. It’s not that they didn’t do governance before, but the increase in compliance and regulations, including the new privacy regulations has pushed for improvements to how enterprise think about and apply information governance processes. It has been a key focus for us […]

AIIM Research: The Need to Automate Governance and Compliance

AIIM has released its latest research report focused on the intersection between information governance, security, analytics and machine learning (ML), “Automating Compliance and Governance: Understanding the intersection between information governance & security and analytics & machine learning.” Here’s a summary of what AIIM learned. In prior AIIM research, 51% of organizations plan to spend a […]