Washington, D.C. partner Bennett Borden spoke at three events held by Computerworld and CIO Magazines titled, "Information Governance in an Era of Diverse Data" on September 10 in San Francisco, September 24 in New York City and September 26 in Chicago. 

In today’s fast-moving world of mobile devices, social platforms, sensors and more, your employees, customers and business partners are all responsible for creating reams of data in structured, unstructured and machine to machine formats. And of all that data, what are you responsible for? What do you need to save, and for how long? Is all of it discoverable, if it was created on personal devices or by non-company employees? CIO and Computerworld magazines and HP Autonomy will help you find out. The half-day seminar examined these issues and more as they looked at the expanding pool of data types that all organizations are responsible for.   Bennett discussed the growing impact of new data types within organizations, and how to employ data governance policies and technologies to keep your organization in the clear if discovery becomes necessary. Attendees walked away with a new understanding of next steps for your organization in this changing landscape.

Source: Computerworld and CIO Magazines