We have worked with the eDJ Group in the past to survey the market about Information Governance attitudes and practices, and I am pleased be working together on a new survey. This time we have an additional partner – ARMA International – which is excellent.
Our new survey asks some of the same questions we asked previously so that we can track year-over-year changes, but we are also digging into some new areas like big data and predictive coding. Please take a moment to complete the survey. We will be releasing the results publicly, and this kind of data is good for all of us as we try to move the information governance ball down the field (unlike the NY Giants this year – what the heck?).
Check out the results of our previous surveys to get a flavor of the kind of insight that we expect to get from the survey.
Building off of the Information Governance survey we did last year, eDJ Group and my firm, ViaLumina, are conducting another survey on Information Governance, and we would really appreciate your participation. This survey should take 5 minutes or less. As a thank you for participating, you will be entered into a drawing for a $250 gift card.As a reminder, I have included below some of the most interesting infographics that we generated based on our last survey – please feel free to steal them and use them in your presentations (with proper attribution of course) as you build your case for Information Governance.
At ViaLumina we have been partnering with eDiscovery Journal for some time. We have been feverishly working together on a brand new survey report that we will hope will bring some much-needed definition to the information governance space. Earlier this year, we ran an extensive survey about information governance at eDj, and the results are fascinating. Barry and I are going to talk about these results at a webinar this Thursday, so mark your calendar and stop by. It’s September 15th at 1 pm EDT. Register here.
Here is one of the charts from our upcoming report. Come to the webinar for our analysis . . .