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Governance Challenges in the Age of Big Data and Technological Advances

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    Working Together

    How do we get everybody on the same page [and] change [the] mindset to get these people together? Do we see this working?

    From J. Garde: Part of the issue here is that in our mindset, our information is static, that it’s collected into folders and drives and various repositories and so forth, and we look at it as a static resource. Whereas, in fact, information is dynamic; there [are] systems and processes in place that are moving our information around, using it in different ways. Part of information governance to me is understanding what the dynamic flows are and looking at how we can optimize those in order to increase the value proposition. But at the moment, organizations don’t make use of dashboards that allow them to have a dynamic look at what is happening to information within their organizations and in their interaction with customs.

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Governance Challenges in the Age of Big Data and Technological Advances

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    Working Together

    How do we get everybody on the same page [and] change [the] mindset to get these people together? Do we see this working?

    From J. Garde: Part of the issue here is that in our mindset, our information is static, that it’s collected into folders and drives and various repositories and so forth, and we look at it as a static resource. Whereas, in fact, information is dynamic; there [are] systems and processes in place that are moving our information around, using it in different ways. Part of information governance to me is understanding what the dynamic flows are and looking at how we can optimize those in order to increase the value proposition. But at the moment, organizations don’t make use of dashboards that allow them to have a dynamic look at what is happening to information within their organizations and in their interaction with customs.

During Global Information Governance Day (GIGD), held this year in February, RSD, a leading provider of information governance solutions for the enterprise, hosted an exclusive online panel discussion on the challenges being faced by organizations today dealing with information governance issues. Information management professionals and industry pundits joined the lineup of expert panelists, which included Barclay T. Blair, co-founder and executive director at the Information Governance Initiative (IGI), Richard Hale, CTO at Active Navigation, and Jon Garde, senior product manager at RSD, former Chair of the DLM forum and author of the MOREQ 2010 standard. Ed Hallock, senior director of North American marketing at RSD, moderated the panel.

Read further to learn how executives can overcome the challenges of managing the explosion of data and technology within their organizations.