Information governance: a very modern problem
Once considered a problem too complex and expensive to solve, information governance is experiencing a rebirth. As escalating volumes and requirements on data fuel demand, new solutions are emerging that allow organisations to balance short-term needs with a long-term governance strategy. Joe Garber, vice-president of information governance at HP Autonomy, explains how the legal industry can benefit here.
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Briefings from HP Autonomy
Organisations need a comprehensive information governance solution to keep track of all their data.
Today’s corporations, law firms and government entities increasingly look to e-discovery solutions to help them respond to a legal matter, a legal hold request or an investigation.