Last week in Nashville, Everteam participated in the 5-day-long ARMA InfoCon 2019 conference. This years overarching theme: addressing risk and compliance through full lifecycle management and information governance programs.
About Katie Tall
Katie Tall is an information governance advocate and marketing manager for Everteam and is a board member of ARMA for the Mile High Chapter of Denver, Colorado.
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Who can compliant-aware companies trust to assist them in their quest to manage, protect, and secure this sensitive information from its creation through its archival and eventual destruction? One way to narrow the field is to look for vendors whose products or services conform to ISO standards.
Everteam’s Chief Revenue Officer JD Sillion speaks about the value of information governance strategies and tools for promoting trust and building customer loyalty.
This week, Everteam’s Chief Customer Officer and IG thought leader Ken Lownie held an IG insights discussion, “AI, Blockchain and Emerging Tech.” In this session, we explored AI and Blockchain’s impact on core information governance processes and records management practices. Here are 4 ways AI and Blockchain are doing just that.
Dark data and dark content are one of the many critical developments resulting from digital transformation efforts. To redress these issues, leadership must approach “going digital” in conjunction with information governance solutions. Products like everteam.discover can help organizations like Company X to clean, remediate and categorize unknown content, exposing all the places it could be hiding.
Last week, Everteam’s Chief Customer Officer Ken Lownie presented a webinar discussing how investments in privacy pay off in increased customer trust and brand loyalty. Below are the key points addressed in the webinar.
In this current business environment, US and European organizations understand that gaining tighter control of sensitive information across their enterprise is paramount to compliant, trustworthy operation.
Privacy, transparency, and integrity have been casualties of the information age, but they can be regained through a concerted approach to information governance – with dramatic rewards for those who accept this challenge.