The Information governance (IG) topic is slowly evolving to the point of mainstream awareness thanks to high-profile data breaches, out-of-control litigation cost, and the simply astonishing growth in the volume of digital information and the cost to manage and store it. Many refer to the IG market growing rapidly and evolving quickly, but in doing so, miss the point that IG is not a market or buying category; rather, it is a topic made up of sub-topics such as storage/archiving, eDiscovery, compliance and GRC, search, records management, and security. As such, IG manifests in organizations as a program versus a specific solution. This report examines why so many iG programs languish, lacking successful outcomes.
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