Information Governance

Information Governance versus Information Management

If you’re unfamiliar with the terms like information governance or information management, you might assume they are one of the same. Actually, they’re two separate approaches to handling your business content. What is information management? From capturing, processing and indexing content to storing, archiving or deleting — information management involves how your organization controls various types of…

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Information and Governance: Why Control Your Content?

Information and governance must go hand-in-hand these days — especially if you are trying to make sense of the content chaos within your organization. If you’re unfamiliar with the terms like information governance or information management, you might assume they are one of the same. Actually, they’re two separate approaches to handling your business content. What is information management? From capturing,…

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Document Search: Find Business Content Faster

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Document Search: Find Business Content Faster by KnowledgeLake on May 15, 2018 How are you supposed to do any sort of document search when critical information isn’t organized? As budgets and resources shrink, it’s common to feel overwhelmed when facing a list of critical projects with tight deadlines. Maybe you Googled “productivity tricks at work”…

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Information Governance Initiative: Form a Plan in 6 Steps

Managing the quantity and variety of business content gets tricky when your enterprise is accumulating data at astronomical rates. With industry and government regulations for information retention policies becoming stricter, a records management policy, as part of an information governance plan, becomes paramount. But where do you start? Here are a few questions to consider…

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Planning a Data Migration? Consider 5 Questions First

Data migration is easy, right? Moving from a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 to a 2016 environment is like upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 – you simply click “next” several times and you’re ready to play the latest version of Solitaire in no time, right? Wrong! Just like moving from an old home to a…

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