Enterprise Challenge #5:
Conflicting Governance and IT
Priorities Leave Us Disconnected

Team Up to Collaborate on an Information Governance Strategy

Successful enterprises today understand that developing and implementing an effective Information Governance (IG) program is a top priority. However, shifting scope, evolving business models, and a complex technology infrastructure can derail the best-laid plans, not to mention the intense storage and bandwidth requirements that place a significant burden on IT resources. What’s more, communication and collaboration gaps between compliance and IT teams can make it seem as though priorities compete, when actually goals are often shared.

Progressive organizations are succeeding at information governance by leveraging enterprise content management (ECM) in new ways, utilizing best practices, and forging productive internal relationships to meet compliance and security demands in an ever-changing business landscape.

Watch this video to learn how global energy provider FMC has improved business insight and increased performance and secure collaboration using Information Governance.

For more examples, a recent report from the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) examines five different organizations, their information governance goals, the challenges they faced, and how they overcame them. Read IG Snapshots: What We Learned by Looking at Five Organizations’ Information Governance Programs to learn why some organizations are succeeding where many fail.

Read the IGI report

IG Snapshots: What We Learned by Looking at Five Organizations’ Information Governance Programs