A New Approach to Information Governance

Jonathan Preston & Lynn Collier
Our EIG service provides effective management of information ensures that the right information is kept for the right period of time in a manner that guarantees its availability, confidentiality and integrity. Hitachi Data Systems provides you with a cost-effective end-to-end compliance solution, from strategy to implementation.

The Enterprise Information Governance Service from Hitachi Data Systems provides a tried and tested phased approach to identifying, assessing, developing and implementing an information governance framework. Flexible and customizable, the EIG Service from Hitachi Data Systems enables you to optimize your storage solutions and achieve compliance by:

•Identifying relevant regulatory regimes
•Developing EIG policies, such as the creation of retention schedule rules
•Classifying legacy content, identifying duplications, corrupt content and age of content, and identifying completeness of metadata with a view of compliance
•Applying EIG policies to assigned content using automated tools
•Migrating data from current to new systems

Attend this webinar and learn how to:

•Protect and ensure the integrity of your data as a valuable asset
•Manage data in different physical locations and a variety of storage solutions
•Control growing data-related operational cost
•Ensure legal and regulatory compliance across national boundaries
•Ensure consistent information retention schedules
Nov 2 2011
32 mins
A New Approach to Information Governance
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    The Enterprise Information Governance Service from Hitachi Data Systems provides a tried and tested phased approach to identifying, assessing, developing and implementing an information governance framework. Flexible and customizable, the EIG Service from Hitachi Data Systems enables you to optimize your storage solutions and achieve compliance by:

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