The primary responsibility of any board of directors is to secure the future of the organization(s) they oversee. To do so, board members need consistent access to information on circumstances and risks that could affect the future of the organization. Cybersecurity is a prime example of information that directly affects the wealth and future prospects of an organization but has heretofore not been subject to board level review and oversight.
According to a recent Ponemon report, unintentional employee negligence severely diminishes th productivity of the Information Technology group’s (IT) function—IT security practitioners spend an average of almost three hours each day dealing with the security risks caused by employee mistakes or negligence.
Defensible disposition programs help organizations save money and respond effectively to litigation. But too often, making the final decision to delete information is laden with drama and uncertainty. This white paper explores the reasons that defensible disposition programs stall out, and outlines several strategies to help organizations “push the delete button” with confidence.
Today’s global business landscape faces massive disruption due to a singular force—the relentless growth of information. By now, it’s generally accepted that data is doubling every 12 to 18 months, and there is every indication that this growth will further accelerate over the coming decade. Recent advances in technology—in data analytics in particular—have made this information potentially the most valuable asset of any organization.
HP Application Lifecycle Management is a software solution expressly designed to allow your team to take control of the application lifecycle while investing limited resources in the highest priorities and increasing velocity of delivery -- without sacrificing quality or performance.
As a concept, data governance has been around for decades. By the 1980s, the computing boom led to technology designed to tackle things like data quality and metadata management, often on a departmental basis in support of database marketing or data warehousing efforts.