In this post, Joe Shepley takes up change management—typically the most overlooked aspect of information management. Understand, though, that you’re about to change the way everyone works with their day-to-day business documents—and commit accordingly to doing some change management on behalf of those users.
Content cleanup means purging it of unnecessary items and appropriately archiving the ones that are necessary to your business. Doing so allows you to reduce your overall unstructured data footprint -- i.e. leaving you with less junk and stale data to distract you, as well as less sensitive data to protect, thereby reducing the overall risk posed by your unstructured data.
Joe Shepley takes up the five components of an information management program framework CISOs can adopt to help minimize the impact of a data breach. This post: why it's important to align corporate information management policies with your defensible disposition playbook.