Information Governance


As corporate information grows at an ever increasing rate and is stored on multiple unmanaged repositories, the risk of regulatory, privacy or security incidents also increases. (little graph in a box on RHS) Over half of corporate information can be considered ROT (Redundant, Obsolete or Trivial) – with little business value. But no-one is deleting or curating this pile of information. This means a lack of trusted content, a lot of duplication of content, a large exposure to risks and litigation and generally inefficient and ineffective working and therefore potentially low business performance.

“The ultimate purpose of information governance is to help organizations maximize the value of information while minimizing its risks and costs.” AIIM.

Content should be removed from usage automatically when its time is up. Having the correct policies and procedures in place defining usage, security and sharing so that users know how to interact with information is important. Enforcing those policies is even more important.

We will help you assess the maturity of your information governance via workshops, surveys and by benchmarking your current practices against the eight Principles of good Information Governance as defined by ARMA, the global information governance authority.

Our recommendations will focus on minimising any risks, providing cost savings, eradicating poor information management practices and ensuring information management compliance.


  • Client : FastWP
  • Date : 18th April 2014
  • Tags : Information, Projects