Tag: information governance
Content Management in the Metaverse: It's Just a Matter of Time
Though we don't know exactly how the metaverse will look, it's not too early to consider how you'll store and govern all of the information associated with it.
Records Management Needs a Refresh
Despite the fact that records management has largely disappeared from discussions about the digital workplace, it still has an important role. Here's why.
Microsoft Inspire 2022: What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
Microsoft Inspire last week reminded me of how far the company has come from its days of being called an "evil empire" and its bad reputation for security.
Transformation Starts With Your Business Architecture
Business architecture provides a framework through which to view an organization. And like the business itself, it is a dynamic entity.
You've Recorded Your Online Meeting: Now What?
Recording online meetings has become default behavior. Determine what to do with these recordings now before the lack of governance comes back to haunt you.
Get Your Information Governance Act Together in 2022
Which would you rather be when new information challenges arise: proactive or reactive?
Information Governance Requires Speaking the Same Language
When documenting the details of an information governance program, five different people will read the same sentence and see five different meanings.
Now Is the Time to Be Strategic With Content Management
Following a year when content management solutions were hastily slapped in place, now's the time to assess the state of content management in your organization.
Is Your Information Governance ROT-ing?
There's a tension between managing ROT and developing a long-term vision of the information's value for an organization. The two don't have to be at odds.
Information Governance Is Boring, But Necessary
It would be dishonest to say that we can ever make Governance sexy, but we can make it much less boring and make it far more effective.
We Need 'Set It and Forget It' Governance
Set it and forget it is the key to effective information governance in the Microsoft 365 environment.