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older than 2012,
Speakers: BNY Mellon International, Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, Seyfarth Shaw, etc.
Sessions: Information Economics, Why Legal Does Want to Dispose of Unnecessary Data, Assessing Risk and Cost in Your Governance Practices, Operationalising IT Savings, Defining the Right Organisational Model for Your Program
Building a Strong Practice for Legal Holds and eDiscovery
The purpose of this white paper is to provide corporations, analyst firms, industry associations, and other parties with a stronger understanding of how the IGRM framework facilitates better cooperation among stakeholders, drives cross-functional processes, and aligns information governance goals across the organization.
Strategy Meeting for Legal, Records and IT Executives Leading Change in their Functions and Organizations
CGOC, in concert with EDRM and the Information Governance Reference Model project, decided to assess the gap and how companies are addressing it in a first-of-its-kind survey of legal, records and IT stakeholders from financial services, energy, life sciences, insurance, consumer goods, chemical and other industries.
How the Modern, Executable Retention Schedule Can Open a Channel for Routine Disposal to Stem the Rising Tide of Information
Social and mobile media are rapidly converging, and their pairing is an important trend for those concerned with electronic discovery.
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