I will offer some data that will allow companies to benchmark their own IG maturity. And, I will share some proven and specific best practices on how to move forward an information governance program.
Geneva, Switzerland (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
RSD, a leading provider of information governance solutions for the enterprise, today announced that it would be hosting an upcoming webinar featuring eDiscoveryJournal co-founder and principal analyst Barry Murphy. The webinar will review the challenges of implementing information governance and pragmatic steps on achieving governance across the organization.
“We are thrilled to partner with Barry Murphy and eDiscoveryJournal to deliver this information governance Webinar,” said RSD Director of Product Marketing Tamir Sigal. “We are seeing many companies beginning to form committees to tackle the information governance challenge while other companies are still puzzled on how to solve the information management dilemma.”
On Wednesday, June 13th at 11am EDT, this not-to-be-missed webinar will review the definition of information governance, the challenges of initiating a project, and the impact of cloud computing and new technologies. Murphy will cover new challenges facing information management, the importance of policies, and outline specific steps to solving the governance challenge. Attendees can expect to learn about the latest industry trends for information governance. Murphy will be joined by RSD’s Director of Marketing, Tamir Sigal. Those interested in attending should register on RSD’s website: http://www.rsd.com/en/igchallenge.
“I am looking forward to this information governance webinar where I will shed some light on where most companies are with their governance programs and where they are headed,” said Barry Murphy, principal analyst at eDiscoveryJournal. “I will offer some data that will allow companies to benchmark their own IG maturity. And, I will share some proven and specific best practices on how to move forward an information governance program.”
RSD defines information governance as the means to enforce desirable behavior in the creation, use, archiving, and disposition of corporate information. It addresses regulations over multiple jurisdictions, as well as corporate standards for managing information. Information governance ensures proper retention and disposal of records, ensures data privacy rules are enforced, and supports e-discovery requirements, storage optimization, and metadata management.
What: Overcoming the Information Governance Challenge
When: Wednesday, June 13, 2012 at 11:00am EDT
Who: Guest speaker Barry Murphy, Principal Analyst at eDiscoveryJournal and Tamir Sigal, Director of Marketing at RSD
An archived recording of the webinar will also be available on the RSD website.
About Barry Murphy
Barry is a thought leader in all things retention – eDiscovery, records management, and content archiving. Previously, Barry was Director of Product Marketing at Mimosa Systems, a leading content archiving and eDiscovery software. He joined Mimosa after a highly successful stint as Principal Analyst for eDiscovery, records management, and content archiving at Forrester Research.
Barry’s past experience includes covering content management, business process management, and Web services technology as an analyst with The Delphi Group. Prior to Delphi, Barry was a management consultant at the boutique eBusiness strategy consulting firm eMaven. In this role, he was responsible for both creating technology strategies and for managing projects to execute those strategies. Barry began his career in advertising with the DDB Needham agency.
For more about Barry Murphy, visit http://ediscoveryjournal.com/about-us/about.
Founded in 1973 in Geneva, with affiliates in New York, London, Paris, Boston, Zurich and Madrid, RSD helps companies meet the growing challenge of information governance by providing market-leading products for business information delivery, content and records management, and document archiving and retrieval.
RSD solutions are used in more than 1,200 installations worldwide, including a majority of the Fortune 500. Today RSD supports millions of users, and offers its innovative products and services in more than 26 countries around the globe – both directly and through strategic business partners.