Why Information Governance and Archiving Must be Considered Essential Best Practices

Why Information Governance and Archiving Must be Considered Essential Best Practices

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Why Information Governance and Archiving Must be Considered Essential Best Practices

The question of how to secure and analyze communication data has become more critical than ever. Proper information governance is essential if an organization hopes to manage its data in a way that can satisfy all its regulatory, legal, and business demands.

Michael Osterman of Osterman Research discusses fast-breaking changes in business risk exposure in a recent webinar...read more

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