In today’s digital landscape, data has emerged as the lifeblood of organizations across industries. The ability to harness, manage and protect vast volumes of information has become a critical determinant of success. Against this backdrop, information governance has risen to prominence as a strategic framework for ensuring the effective management, security, and compliance of organizational data. However, with the advent of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT), traditional approaches to information governance are facing unprecedented challenges and opportunities. This interesting topic came to us from Formtek in their article, “The Future of Information Governance: A Look at Alfresco/Hyland’s Approach.”

AI technologies, including machine learning and natural language processing, have revolutionized data analytics and decision-making processes. To effectively navigate the impact of emerging technologies on information governance, organizations must embrace a proactive and adaptive approach.

By embracing a holistic and forward-thinking approach to governance, organizations can capitalize on the opportunities presented by emerging technologies while mitigating associated risks and challenges. Through ongoing innovation, collaboration and adherence to ethical principles, information governance will remain a cornerstone of organizational resilience, trust, and competitiveness in the digital age.

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Melody K. Smith

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