Lower risk by applying unified policies to:
- Control access to information and avoid damage to corporate reputation
- Protect against breach of privacy and ethics violations
- Establish a defensible Information Governance program
- Ensure regulatory and internal policy compliance
Do more with your business content by:
- Making information easy to find, use, and share
- Adding transparency concerning information access and use
- Eliminating many problems with stale and inaccurate information
Reduce costs with an intelligent archiving and disposition program and:
- Cut the cost of storing information
- Eliminate "fire drills"
- Ensure information security
- Minimize eDiscovery, case assessment, and litigation costs
Discover how OpenText meets your challenges and creates value from your information without compromising compliance and security.
Managing Electronic Records (MER) Conference provides attendees with a look at innovative and practical information governance solutions while addressing the issues and challenges of managing electronic records.
Our offerings provide organizations with the ability to govern every phase in the lifecycle from capture to final disposition while addressing the needs of all stakeholders to ensure risk mitigation, compliance, infrastructure cost reduction and improved access to all information assets.
Westin Hotel – Chicago, IL
May 20 -22, 2013
Why Information Governance?
Barclay Blair describes an Information Governance approach to maximize the value of information while minimizing its risks and costs.
Why Does Information Governance Matter?
In this video, Barclay Blair, an expert in the field of Information Governance, helps make sense of all the moving parts, from archiving and email management to records management and eDiscovery. He discusses emerging trends, pitfalls, and best practices involved with developing a sound and defensible Information Governance strategy.
- Why Information Governance?
- Balance Matters Video
Sprint Minimizes Corporate Risks and Costs
“Using the OpenText records management and classification practices, we have been able to reclaim over one terabyte worth of storage space as people are cleaning up in addition to classifying content. It is estimated that we will reduce the legal fees associated with eDiscovery by 50 percent annually.”
— Scott Granger, Manager, Intranet Portals and Content Management at Sprint
INFORMation Governance: The Blog
To-the-point posts on everything from event and conference wrap-ups, emerging trends, and major industry happenings to thoughts, ideas, and opinions about what's on the horizon——the OpenText IG Blog has it all!
Central Vermont Public Service
Using OpenText Records Management, Central Vermont Public Service has improved the management of their electronic information to be more effective and efficient, while complying with federal and state rules and regulations.
City of Atlanta, Department of Watershed Management
The City of Atlanta, Department of Watershed Management uses OpenText for the $4B Clean Water Atlanta Program.
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