Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG) Maximise data value, reduce data growth, cost and risk

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Jan Lambrechts

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ILG

Abstract

Over-retention of data with no value leads to increased cost and risk, and reduces the capacity of organisations to identify and leverage valuable business data. Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG) provides a structured, strategic approach to reducing data growth, cost and risk, while providing the policies, processes and technology to move from a reactive to a proactive state of information management and maximise the value of information.

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