The IGI 2014 Annual Report – Round Up of Media Coverage

On August 11, 2014, the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) released its Annual Report 2014: Information Governance Goes to Work, a comprehensive analysis of the information governance (IG) industry. The report offers a definition of IG and its core concepts, discusses the projects organizations are undertaking and the products and services they are buying, looks at predictions for the state of IG, and provides practical tools and insights for IG practitioners. The IGI Annual Report 2014 and related infographics are available for download now at: www.iginitiative.com/community (registration required).

Below is a roundup of coverage of the Annual Report following its release:

Law Technology News—IGI Report Eyes Typical Projects and Expenses

Monica Bay | August 11, 2014

Excerpt:

“The Information Governance Initiative, which launched in February, has released its first annual report, announced Executive Director Barclay Blair, who also is president of consulting company ViaLumina.” Read More.

 

InfoGovCon—New IG Initiative Report Provides Clarity For Information Governance

Robert Smallwood | August 11, 2014

Excerpt:

“The first annual report from the Information Governance Initiative on the state of the information governance (IG) industry was released today. ‘2014 IGI Annual Report: Information Governance Goes to Work’ is chocked full of distilled insights based on a wide-ranging survey of IG practitioners, providers, and analysts. In it, IG comes into focus and we are provided some additional clarity on what IG is, where it is being implemented, who is responsible, how IG programs are justified, and more. You can find it here, after registering on the site: http://iginitiative.com/blog/.” Read More.

 

Enterprise CIO Forum—Annual Report: State of the Information Governance Industry, New IG Initiative Study Advocates New Chief IG Officer (CIGO) Role

Robert Smallwood | August 12, 2014

Excerpt:

“The report advocates the creation of a new, inter-disciplinary role: the Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO), a viewpoint also recommended by the Sedona Conference in 2013. Some IG programs are being run by practitioners who are effectively taking on the role of the CIGO, but under a different title, and the researchers state that some organizations are actively creating the CIGO role and job description.

For CIOs who have hit the career ceiling, your next step up may be CIGO. Not just expert in IT, but privacy-savvy, security-savvy, legal-savvy, records management-savvy, and business-savvy. Solidify your credentials, get more security, privacy, e-discovery, and IG training, then groom your successor and lobby your CEO for this new role as CIGO.” Read More.

 

RSD—My Thoughts Related to the Information Governance Initiative

Tamir Sigal, | August 13, 2014

Excerpt:

“If you live and breathe information governance, chances are you heard about the IGI (Information governance Initiative). Simply put, the IGI is a think tank and consortium on advancing information governance in the market and within organizations.” Read More.

 

The eDisclosure Information Project: The Information Governance Initiative Publishes Its 2014 Annual Report

Chris Dale | August 13, 2014

Excerpt:

“Its purpose is to encourage and support those who are responsible for the multiple components which make up IG with well-sourced statistics and analysis, a definition of IG, and practical help towards selling the subject to the board, promoting awareness and designing and executing IG strategy within a company.” Read More.

 

WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal—Survey Roundup: Ignorant About Compliance

Ben Dipietro | August 15, 2014

Excerpt:

”Information Responsibility: Twenty-eight percent of organizations surveyed said they delegate their information governance accountability to one person, according to a report from information governance services firm Viewpointe and the Information Governance Initiative.” Read More.

 

Word of Pie—The IGI Tackles Information Governance for All

Laurence Hart | August 15, 2014

Excerpt:

“Read the report. Realize that nobody has Information Governance conquered yet. Get smart people with open minds to help you on your journey because things are going to change a lot before you are finished.” Read More.

 

InfoGovCon—InfoGovCon Partner, The Information Governance Initiative, Publishes Comprehensive Analysis Of The IG Space

Nick Inglis | August 15,2014

Excerpt:

“On August 11, 2014, InfoGovCon Partner, the Information Governance Initiative, announced the release of its 2014 Annual Report: Information Governance Goes to Work. The comprehensive report on the information governance industry, among other things, puts forward a definition for IG, reports on research data collected about the state of the IG market, and provides practitioners practical tools and insights relevant to putting IG into practice.” Read more.

 

Acaveo—Start Information Governance Right or Fiddle

Geoff Bourgeois | August 18, 2014

Excerpt:

“The Information Governance Initiative (IGI) published their 2014 annual report on information governance (IG) “Information Governance Goes to Work” – the first comprehensive analysis of the information governance industry.

 

The report is chock-full of great insights including a definitive explanation of what IG actually is: IG is the activities and technologies that organizations employ to maximize the value of their information while minimizing associated risks and costs. In our experience, one of the biggest problems many organizations experience in trying to start an IG initiative is trying to explain to management what IG really is and how it can benefit the organization.” Read More.

 

The New Model Framework for Information Governance

Nick Inglis | August 18, 2014

Excerpt:

“Information governance, as an industry, has been maturing and coming to the forefront at many leading organizations. I’ve had the opportunity to see much of this maturation at various organizations firsthand. We’ve seen the Information Governance Initiative form and release a new definition of information governance. I’ve been a part of the formation of a major conference around the topic. We’ve seen the topic move to the top of discussions at both ARMA, AIIM, AHIMA and other leading industry associations.” Read More.

 

Proofpoint—What is the business case for #InfoGov?

Robert Cruz | August 19, 2014

Excerpt:

“Semantics aside, we seem to be over-complicating the business case question. Sure, gaining executive sponsorship, aligning multiple functional stakeholders, and selecting the appropriate technologies are not trivial tasks. But, as noted in the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) Annual Report, 92% of surveyed organizations see “value and risk as equal partners” in InfoGov projects, and 68% indicated that establishing a clear, quantifiable metric is essential to their organization.” Read More.

 

SemanticWeb—A Look At The State of Information Governance

Jennifer Zaino |August 19, 2014

Excerpt:

“This month saw the release of the Information Governance Initiative’s Annual Report for 2014, a study aiming to report the perceptions of information governance practitioners, providers and analysts as well as advance information governance as a concept, market and operational model.” Read More.

 

HP—Information Governance: Key Takeaways from Information Governance Initiative’s 2014 Annual Report

David Brown|August 19, 2014

Excerpt:

“The Information Governance Initiative (IGI) released its 2014 Annual Report last week, which was billed as the industry’s first ever comprehensive analysis of the Information Governance (IG) industry. While not all information contained therein is aligned with the way HP views Information Governance, this body of work still represents a significant step forward in removing some ambiguity and providing the market with some clear direction and best practices.” Read More.

 

 

Recommind—Information Governance: Inaction and In Action

Nick Patience | August 21, 2014

Excerpt:

“Information governance is real, but projects are taking too long to get going and need better C-level support. They are some of the findings of the inaugural report of the Information Governance Initiative – the launch of which we have covered previously. Those findings may not strike you as revelatory, but now we have some clues as to why. The report is based on interviews with senior IG practitioners and a survey of practitioners, providers and analysts.” Read More.

 

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel—Information Governance Initiative (IGI), Annual Report 2014: Information Governance Goes to Work

August 25, 2014

Excerpt:

“The following is a summary of a webcast in which Barclay T. Blair, Founder and Executive Director of the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) and President of the consulting firm Via Lumina, presents the results of IGI’s 2014 survey (see link below). An internationally recognized expert on information governance, Barclay is an advisor to Fortune 500 companies and software and hardware vendors. He is the award-winning author of several volumes, including Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance; Information Nation Warrior; and Privacy Nation.” Read More.

 

Compliance Week—Information Governance Goes to Work

August 25, 2014

Excerpt:

“Information Governance Initiative (IGI) has released its 2014 Annual Report, which was billed as the industry’s first ever comprehensive analysis of the Information Governance (“IG”) Industry. Download the report to learn some best practices for your organization to be prepared and take advantage of the growing IG market.” Read More.

 

Xerox—Information Governance: On-the-Ground Perspectives and Practical Guidance

Rachel Teisch | August 27, 2014

Excerpt:

“This report is particularly relevant to clients. It rises above the ‘noise’ in the industry surrounding information governance, providing on-the-ground insight into what is occurring right now within many organizations, practical guidance based on real-life experience, and a peek into what the not-so-distant future holds for many corporations.” Read More.

 

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