As your business grows, you may notice that your data is being stored in an increasing number of formats and repositories. How are you going to deal with the increase in volume? What if there was a solution to get your ever-expanding data under control?
From 2006 to 2013, the volume of electronic data at Foley & Lardner LLP increased tenfold from 300 TB in 2006 to 3,000 TB in 2013. With a growing number of files being stored in the cloud, Outlook®, physical files, DMS, shared drives and other repositories, data management was becoming increasingly difficult. The firm hoped to develop a governance structure that would allow them to manage their volume and aggregate their data.
In this webcast
, learn how Beth Chiaiese, Director Professional Responsibility & Compliance for Foley & Lardner LLP, and her team adopted the following seven strategies to support their long-term information governance goals:
- Complete electronic files
- Implement Knowledge Management
- Strengthen information security processes
- Operationalize records retention processes
- Optimize other compliance processes
- Manage third party access to information
- Drive cultural change