Why records managers should focus on information governance

Why records managers should focus on information governance

Why records managers should focus on information governance

Date: Nov 13, 2013

Records management has broadened beyond risk and compliance toward information governance Records managers have new roles as experts in information governance and management, not just their more traditional role as risk managers. As information experts, they can enlist a range of strategies to make sense of the "mess" of legacy information that companies have amassed.

Leigh Isaacs, director of records management and information governance at the law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, sat down with SearchContentManagement to discuss trends in records management and information governance.

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View the next item in this Essential Guide: Misconceptions hinder real records management strategy or view the full guide: Enterprise records management trends guide

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