Information Governance

It’s true: Business information has a shelf life. Over time, information loses its business relevance and its value. But what do you do with all this outdated information?

When it comes to their information, many organizations have adopted a practice of keeping it all. But keeping it all is no longer a viable option, from either the cost or the risk standpoints. As the volume of information continues to grow, including more and more information that’s redundant, outdated, or even trivial (also known as ROT), businesses are starting to recognize that a significant portion of their information is past its useful life – and, even worse, that some of that aging information could actually put them at risk.

Information lifecycle governance (ILG) is the practice of applying systematic rules, practices, and processes to the control of an organization’s information, throughout the various stages that information undergoes – from creation, to active use, to archived storage, to eventual disposition.

Doculabs offers a wide range of services to help you develop an approach to information lifecycle governance that addresses your organization’s priorities:

Doing ILG Right

Whether you’re looking to reduce risk, eliminate ROT, lower your storage costs,r improve your organization’s records management capabilities, or improve the organization and "findability" of your information assests, Doculabs can help you put in place industry best practices for effective information lifecycle governance practices that not only help you manage cost and risk, but also that enable you to optimize the value, the cost, and the risk of your information assets.