Information Governance – has it come of age?

Date: 2nd Oct 2014

Venue: City Social, 24th Floor, 25 Old Broad St, London EC2N 1HQ

Information Governance has become a corporate imperative.

Over the past decade various attempts have been made to address information governance and enterprise content management (ECM). Each has in turn failed because of surging data volumes and shifting requirements.

But has the time come to seriously address Information Governance and ECM? Do the tools exist to manage the volumes and types of corporate data being produced?

Where will this great evening be?

After three successful openings in the last year, Jason Atherton's sights are set high with his latest endeavour on the 24th floor of Tower 42. Russell Sage Studio has created a deeply elegant, art-deco inspired space made contemporary by the skyline backdrop visible through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Complementing the exquisite interior is the excellence and experience of their head chef, Paul Walsh promising a dining experience like no other.

This CBR Dining Club in association with HP is a unique opportunity to discuss this topic in depth. Compliance, standards, legal, each is sector specific but common requirements and issues exist.

Join CBR and HP Autonomy for a discussion with an audience of your peers to explore all the technical and business issues surrounding Information Governance. To hear the independent views from a leading analyst and for the chance to put questions to a leading player in the space, this CBR dining club is a fantastic networking and education opportunity.

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