What is Information Lifecycle Management?

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What is Information Lifecycle Management?

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From: Mhedayat1

From the Dennis Kennedy Blog:

I’ve been thinking lately about records management and information governance as being more important than the related area of electronic discovery. And I’m not the only one thinking that way.

I’ve written a new white paper called “Making the Right Decision at the Information Lifecycle Management Crossroads” for RenewData that’s hot off the presses. You can download it for free here.

As you may have noticed, I’ve started to do some white paper writing lately. I really enjoy it. It gives me a chance to write longer, analytical pieces that provide some big ideas and a context for them in a way that I typically cannot do in magazine articles and to write for a different audience.

I think that this white paper on information lifecycle management will give lawyers, IT people and business execs involved in the compliance, records management, information governance and e-discovery areas some useful ideas to think about. It certainly represents my latest thinking on this subject. Let me know what you think about the white paper.

And, yes, I would be receptive to talking with you about writing white papers for your company, especially if you are as pleasant and easy to work with at Rob Robinson and the people at Renewdata.


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