A practical guide to managing data, records, and information

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This practical guide covers the many reasons why it's critical to fully understand the relationship between data, records, and information.

April 22, 202312 minsDownload Resource
A practical guide to managing data, records, and information

In today’s world, the word “data” is a catchall that includes what Information Management professionals know as distinct entities: records, data, and information. While the lines between them are blurred, it is vital that we understand the difference to ensure compliant, secure, and efficient control over, and use of, an organization’s records and data.

While this practical guide covers the many reasons why it’s critical to fully understand the relationship between data, records, and information, its ultimate purpose is to foster conversations between those providing technical capabilities, namely IT teams, and the organization’s users and information managers.

Covered inside:

  • Why coordination and collaboration between Information Governance and Data Governance is increasingly urgent
  • Requirements for successful data, records, and information management
  • The key stakeholders who have a specific role in governance
  • How to sustain alignment between these roles and drive organizational objectives

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In today’s world, the word “data” is a catchall that includes what Information Management professionals know as distinct entities: records, data, and information. While the lines between them are blurred, it is vital that we understand the difference to ensure compliant, secure, and efficient control over, and use of, an organization’s records and data.

While this practical guide covers the many reasons why it’s critical to fully understand the relationship between data, records, and information, its ultimate purpose is to foster conversations between those providing technical capabilities, namely IT teams, and the organization’s users and information managers.

Covered inside:

  • Why coordination and collaboration between Information Governance and Data Governance is increasingly urgent
  • Requirements for successful data, records, and information management
  • The key stakeholders who have a specific role in governance
  • How to sustain alignment between these roles and drive organizational objectives