Three Keys to Establishing an Information Governance Project: A Professional Perspective from Two E-Discovery Practitioners
A solid information governance program can serve as the foundation for defensible e-discovery practices, reducing costs, time spent, and even potential liability. But they can be difficult to kick-start if you don't have a solid plan.
This white paper provides practical tips for successfully establishing an information governance program from the perspectives of two professionals with extensive experience in the field. Download it today to learn:
Why you need a steering committee and what its role is
How to create an IG framework that will be adopted and used
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