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September 26, 2012

Trends in Information Governance From ARMA 2012

Arma400ARMA International's 57th Annual Conference and Expo was held from September 23 to 25 at McCormick Place in Chicago with LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty on hand to gather information.

One session titled "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Information Governance Leaders," drew upon the experience of a panel of information professionals — all certified records managers at IBM — to discuss best practices for ILG. Panelists worked together to define a strategy to meet the risks posed by stored information and mitigate the burdens that lawsuits bring to organizations.

In another session, "Content Assessment: Kick-Starting Your IG Program With Content Analytics," Kristi Perdue, ERMS (AIIM Electronic Records Management Specialist) and director of marketing at Viewpointe, delivered a presentation about applying advanced technologies such as predictive coding to records management to locate content with value to businesses. As Doherty reports, use of content analytics extends beyond e-discovery, just as the number of vendors offering analytics extends well beyond the floors of LegalTech New York.

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