Information Archiving And Governance: A Market In Transition
Enterprise Benchmark Considerations For Budgets, Challenges, And Planning
August 24, 2012
Why Read This Report
Risk professionals are shifting from a series of siloed efforts and turning their attention to more holistic information archiving and governance (IAG) programs. Our survey data shows that decision-makers are investing in IAG to achieve objectives in compliance, information access and leverage, security, privacy, IT efficiency, and eDiscovery across a mix of content and application types. However, as they make this transition, risk professionals grapple with budget, leadership, and organizational issues. In this report, we review IAG promises and challenges, provide peer benchmarks, and outline what this shift means to risk professionals.
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Table of Contents
- Despite The Tough Economy, IAG Investments Will Rise In 2013
- Decision-Makers Face Considerable Program Challenges
- Risk Pros Must Focus On Cross-Functional Organizational Efforts
WHAT IT MEANS
- Risk Pros Must Focus On Formalizing Programs To Capture IAG Promise
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