Archiving as a Key Element of Good Information Governance

“Archiving business records is the first step in enabling a proper defence during regulatory audits, legal actions, and in other situations in which older content must be retained”.

Michael Osterman – Principal, Osterman Research

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Executive Summary

Information governance can be defined as “policy-based control of information to meet all legal, regulatory, risk, and business demands”. It is an essential best practice for any organization, but particularly larger ones that must satisfy a complex set of regulatory, legal and other compliance demands. Archiving technologies – solutions designed to capture, index and store content – are an integral component of any information governance capability and must be considered as part of an overall information governance initiative.

Download this paper by Osterman Research to learn

– Why organisations must archive electronic content

– How the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting even fewer organisations to archive their business records

– How inadequate archiving leads to inadequate compliance

– What the key drivers for archiving are

– How to extract insight and intelligence from your archives

– Why good archiving technology is an essential element of any information governance strategy

– Best practice recommendations for electronic archiving