Big Data is everywhere, and it’s growing. Every department in your organization creates it and collects it and stores it. And needs access to it. The effective use of your data is a key driver of competitive differentiation.
But there’s a problem. If your information governance strategy is not very well thought out or implemented, or — worse — it’s non-existent, your entire organization is at risk. You need to address information governance. Now.
Every part of your organization creates data, and their data sets are unique. Human resources, accounting, research, and IT all create different types of data, and have different needs for accessing it and storing it. Each area has different compliance and legal requirements. Each area has a different approach.
The thing is, not all that data is good data. Some of it is critical — and some of it is junk. You can’t keep it all, and you can’t dump the load, either. You have to figure out what you have, and what you need to keep.
Data Needs to be Secure. Legally Secure.
And then there’s security. It’s not open season on your data. Your data — no matter where it’s located — needs to be safe and secure as well as accessible.
Legal compliance it nothing to joke about. Legal actions are costly, terrible for public relations, and just plain bad business. You need to support compliance, legal parameters, and regulations.
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