Information Lifecycle Governance

Stemming the rising tide of Data Cost and Risk

Information Lifecycle GovernanceInformation Lifecycle Governance According to Gartner research, data growth is one of the three biggest daily challenges facing enterprises. On average, data capacity in enterprises is growing at between 40% to 60% per annum due to a number of factors including an explosion of unstructured data, such as email and documents, that needs to be stored for continually evolving regulatory requirements. Although the cost of storage is decreasing, housing and managing an ever-increasing amount of information exposes organisations to increased data management and processing expenses, and associated legal and compliance risk. Gartner's recommended strategy is no longer to archive but instead to delete what you do not need and then effectively manage the rest. This is a high-order task for many organisations that lack an enterprise-wide policy-driven approach to information management.

This presentation covers an approach to analysing enterprise information, policies, processes and technology to determine a clear current-state view of how effective the information management is, defining a future state based on business objectives and potential savings, and a strategy on how to get to that state.

Presenter(s)

Surabhi Kapoor

Process Specialist
Information Lifecycle Governance
SMS Management & Technology

Surabhi Kapoor is an accomplished consultant and project manager with solid project experience in Information Lifecycle Governance, Business Process Management (BPM) and ITIL implementation across various industries. Surabhi’s BPM experience involves specialisation in BPMS selection, IT maturity assessment, establishing BPM COE and governance model. She has been involved in creating a unique IT maturity assessment model for BPM which was implemented by Australia’s leading telecommunication giant among others. She has specialised experience in Telecommunication and Financial industry. Her ITIL experience spans across retail, government, health, and education industries with exposure of working for clients across India, Thailand, UK and Australia.

Jan Lambrechts

eDiscovery Specialist
Information Lifecycle Governance
SMS Management & Technology

Jan Lambrechts is an accomplished legal technologist with over 14 years’ experience in a number of top tier Australian law firms. In roles as eDiscovery and Privacy Specialist, Legal Technology Consultant and Manager he assisted customers with developing strategies for management of electronic information, collection of content, analysing large volumes of data and advising on the impact of privacy requirements on organisations’ information management policies, procedures and systems. Further expertise in Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG), defensible disposal, and content management policy development.

When: 

Tue, 24 Sep 2013 - 12:30pm to 01:30pm EST
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SMS Management and Technology
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Information Lifecycle Governance - Surabhi Kapoor, Jan Lambrechts
Information Lifecycle Governance - Surabhi Kapoor, Jan Lambrechts
Executive overview
Executive overview
Introduction
Introduction
Huge continuing growth in data volumes, number of transactions, and types of data
Huge continuing growth in data volumes, number of transactions, and types of data
Very simple savings proposition: dispose of unnecessary data
Very simple savings proposition: dispose of unnecessary data
Data growth outpaces storage budgets and decision and processing capability
Data growth outpaces storage budgets and decision and processing capability
Decisions and processes disconnected from assets
Decisions and processes disconnected from assets
Risk cost and value of data
Risk cost and value of data
Compliance tax, rising risk and declining value
Compliance tax, rising risk and declining value
The Information Lifecycle Governance Process
The Information Lifecycle Governance Process
Information economics: Tying supply to demand; Optimising value, cost and risk
Information economics: Tying supply to demand; Optimising value, cost and risk
Program optimises 18 business processes and migates inherent risks
Program optimises 18 business processes and migates inherent risks
Cost drive out
Cost drive out
Process maturity: Dispose of data; Archive data; Decommission applications; Reduce data inputs
Process maturity: Dispose of data; Archive data; Decommission applications; Reduce data inputs
The technology solution
The technology solution
Structured policy and governance map from sources to archiving and disposal
Structured policy and governance map from sources to archiving and disposal.
Solution systematically links obligations and value to assets
Solution systematically links obligations and value to assets
The approach
The approach
Opportunity analysis, assessment of savings and implementation plan
Opportunity analysis, assessment of savings and implementation plan
Assess current and future states; gap analysis; business case
Assess current and future states; gap analysis; business case
Maturity assessment process
Maturity assessment process
Customer commitment of resources and information
Customer commitment of resources and information
Business value assessment
Business value assessment
Q&A
Q&A
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