It’s Almost Time for Spring Cleaning of Your Data!: Information Governance Webinars

It’s webinar day!  Spring has sprung, or at least it will have by the time this event occurs, which means it’s time to get your data house in order!  This webinar will provide valuable tips for doing just that!

On Wednesday, March 24th, Onna will conduct the webinar Use it, save it, or lose it: Spring cleaning strategies for information governance at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT).  Join Onna, Georgia Pacific, and Sanofi as they discuss proactive, practical steps for kicking off your own digital cleanup.

Among the topics that will be covered are:

  • Data lifecycle management
  • Making “cleaning” a regular part of your routine
  • Information governance for unstructured data
  • Data dividends: how to extract business value from clean data

Speakers include:

  • Darla White: Director, Information & Records Management, Sanofi
  • Michelle Kirk: Director, Information Governance and Chief Privacy Officer, Georgia-Pacific
  • Scott McVeigh: Industry Principal, Onna

It’s human nature to hang on to things indefinitely, and that’s especially true of organizations and their data!  But that’s not a good thing as that drives up costs for maintaining and using that data significantly.  Click here to register and find out how to keep your data managed as well as the benefits for doing so!

So, what do you think?  Does your organization struggle with keeping too much data that has minimal, if any, value?  If so, consider attending the webinar!  And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Onna.

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