For our UK and European Community
Information Governance (IG) is generally deemed to be “a good thing” as it wraps together regulatory compliance, security and privacy, records retention, and e-discovery policies. We’re learning that all of these good things flow from accurate metadata.
However, back-cataloguing content to a newly developed classification structure and deleting redundant, outdated, and trivial data are near impossible tasks to do manually.
But what if you could automate the correction of metadata within existing repositories against a set of policy-applied rules?
A new category of tools is emerging under the category of data clean-up, file analysis, or even “file analysis, classification and remediation” (FACR). And in this webinar, AIIM’s Doug Miles will discuss the results from his latest research that addresses:
- Can such systems be trusted?
- What features are important?
- What repositories and file types can be classified?
- What ROI can be expected?
Have a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do our best to include it during the live event.
This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit.