Entries by Dan Griffith

The Critical Role Your Legal Team Plays in Information Governance

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Enterprises that work in highly regulated industries have in-house legal teams that ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and industry standards. Sometimes, the legal team is one person and, in some instances, these organizations also leverage outside legal teams with expertise in their business. Regardless of the size of your legal team, or whether it’s […]

Are You Ready for the California GDPR Law (CCPA)?

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Reading Time: 4 minutes The European privacy law – GDPR – raised a lot of issues in organizations across the world that provide products and services to EU citizens. But GDPR is just the first of many new privacy laws organizations need to think about. NYDFS has also caused its share of challenges for companies that operate in New […]

Planning Your Technology Strategy for Information Governance

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Reading Time: 4 minutes As part of your Information Governance strategy, you need a technology strategy. This is something many organizations struggle with partly because there are so many different technologies available that can help and they don’t know where to start. Your information governance technology strategy is a key element of your overall governance strategy and should serve […]

Do You Really Need BPM or RPA?  The Case for Agile Business Process Automation

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Reading Time: < 1 minute Business transformation is a long road. Trying to compete in a shifting market requires changing the way you do business. It requires changing how you interact with and support customers, partners and employees. And, it requires changing how you leverage technology. Yet, if you are working to transform your business, the idea of using yet […]

How CIOs Support Business in the “Age of the Customer”

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Organizations everywhere are facing disruption. We’ve entered full steam into the age of the customer; growing expectations, new digital capabilities and increasing demands from employees to have more flexibility in how they work require major changes in how enterprises run their businesses. The disruption for IT is great, but there are ways you can move […]