Information Lifecycle Governance

Information lifecycle governance (ILG) helps you manage your business information throughout its lifecycle – from creation to deletion. It addresses the problems that challenge records management, electronic discovery, compliance, storage optimization and data migration initiatives. By providing in-depth assessment of unstructured data where it resides, on-premises or in the cloud, these solutions give organizations visibility into data to make informed business decisions.

With information lifecycle governance solutions from IBM, you can discover how your organization can effectively manage the information lifecycle and avoid costs and risks to drive more business value from your data. Through data Assessment and cleanup, an organization can discover, recognize and act on unstructured data without moving it to a repository or specialty application. ILG also allows for simplified analysis of large amounts of corporate data to provide detailed analysis faster and limit the impact on user productivity by analyzing and managing data in-place.

Don’t Miss the Unified Governance and GDPR Sessions, June 22nd.

How exciting to work with amazing specialists to bring a differentiated global event to our clients and Business Partners in Munich on Jun 22: Fast Track Your Data! I have been working on its planning day in and day out as the global portfolio marketing lead on its Unified Governance and GDPR track. Let me […]

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GDPR: 3 ways to make Data Assessment simple

European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation enforcement is around the corner. If you store data about EU data subjects (customers, employees, contractors, etc.) you need to govern and ensure the quality of data, assess what data you have, what you’re using it for and consider if you can interact with individual customers, employees, or third parties. […]

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GDPR – Let’s Get it Started!

This week starts the real countdown – 1 year remains until GDPR goes live. Are You Ready? What Me? Yes you, if your company hosts or processes any data, anywhere in the world, on EU citizens, and if it contains their Personal or Sensitive Personal information. The GDPR will significantly raise the expectations of data […]

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Thoughts on MER 2017

We are in an age that many teenagers prefer texting versus walking cross the fence just a minute walk away in the backyard.[1] As more information is exchanged virtually, cyber security and information management have gained a new importance. For cyber security and information management to be successful in today’s information ecosystem, businesses and users […]

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Information Governance in the Cloud. We’ve Only Just Begun.

Cloud remains one of the top priorities for organizations as the demand to move from legacy ECM systems to a more modern information ecosystem increases.  Businesses must be responsive, agile, and engaging with internal and external stakeholders, while also protecting corporate information and leveraging it for insight. To keep up with the changing expectation of […]

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Unified Information Governance: The time is now

If you’ve been in the IT business for awhile, you might find yourself saying, “We have faced this challenge before” when it comes to information governance (IG). It is one of those evergreen challenges you will face time after time. Back in 2006, I was the IBM eDiscovery portfolio manager. Back then, eDiscovery amendments to […]

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Let’s meet at Legaltech!

It is that time of the year – Legaltech 2017 is happening in two weeks in NYC, Jan 31-Feb 2, and the IBM Information Lifecycle Governance team is back at it again. Indeed, it will be IBM’s 16th year at the show listening to the needs of the eDiscovery and legal industry. Here are some […]

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Simplifying eDiscovery with IBM StoredIQ: Bridging Legal and IT

Did you know that eDiscovery consumes as much as half of organization’s average litigation budget? [1] And yet yields only about 40% success rate in finding litigation relevant information? [2] The digital revolution has undoubtedly given businesses wings to soar. Businesses have come closer to the market, new business models have emerged and customer engagement […]

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New Data Protection Regulation is Here – GDPR – Are you ready?

After a long wait, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was published on 4 May 2016, and will be immediately applicable on 25 May 2018 (after a two-year transition period) to any organisation that operates in the EU market and processes the personal data of EU data subjects.  Much of the existing data protection law […]

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Data: Your new digital gold?

All that glitters isn’t gold. What’s in your hoard? Everyone has one. Is it a pile of gold or simply a dark cave filled with cost and risk? Truth is we’re all hoarders at heart. We all think about hanging on to something just in case. But, realistically, how often do we suddenly discover value […]

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IBM is in eDiscovery? Yes! Part 2

IBM is in eDiscovery? Why yes, yes we are. We heard this question from folks at Legaltech NY this year and then again during its sister conference on the West Coast in San Francisco, called Legaltech West Coast. On the packed floor of the Hyatt Embarcadero, IT practitioners and attorneys alike remarked that they were […]

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So you thought Storage was cheap?

The Top 3 Reasons Why Storage is not Cheap Unstructured data is growing rapidly and legacy storage has a hard time keeping up for a number of reasons. Don’t get complacent thinking that you can continue to purchase “cheap storage” at low costs as a strategy forever. We’ve outlined the top three reasons why cheap […]

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