If you’re in San Diego this Wednesday, here’s a terrific hands-on workshop being offered by IPRO to help in understanding aligning InfoGov and eDiscovery!
Join IPRO this Wednesday on June 22 at 10am PT for an exclusive, hands-on workshop with author and IPRO Director of Governance, Nick Inglis, and Director of eDiscovery, Jeffrey Wolff. They will walk through best practices of implementing Information Governance programs and bringing them together with your eDiscovery processes.
The full-day event will be held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina.
You’ll need to bring your own device and seating is limited. For more information and to register, click here. During the Workshop, you’ll then be able to walk through actual situations for how to best use your data to succeed in aligning InfoGov and eDiscovery together in your organization!
Also, consider purchasing Nick’s book, Advancing from eDiscovery to Prediscovery, which offers a high-level summary of aligning InfoGov and eDiscovery. It’s a terrific book and you can download part 1 here to check it out (with a link to Amazon where you can purchase the entire book). But, as Nick says: “Don’t go around trying to make ‘PreDiscovery’ a term that we’re all going to start using; I don’t want that – none of us want that.” 😉
So, what do you think? Have you been looking for an opportunity to get some hands-on experience with InfoGov and eDiscovery solutions and will you be in SD on Wednesday? Now’s your chance! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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