The result: major reductions in cost and exposure to risk along with dramatic improvements in operational efficiencies and compliance with industry-specific directives, legal procedures and legislation. For organisations of all types and sizes, simplified information governance involves fewer steps and greater coordination and collaboration across the corporate landscape. It organises and retains information assets using a bottom-up approach that delivers endless benefits through greater visibility and improved control while streamlining workflows and processes.
Good information governance comes with the realisation there's a better way to organise and unify information. By treating information holistically, it's possible to respond effectively and efficiently to new and evolving regulations, corporate policies, stakeholders and business requirements.
Koh Eng Kheng is regional director, ASEAN, CommVault
 Gartner Analysts Explore Innovation Forces in Information Infrastructure (October, 2010)
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