Exploding growth of corporate data, whether stored on servers, in the cloud or on employee devices, presents new challenges and opportunities for your organization.
As data volumes increase, information governance challenges include safely and defensibly:
- Updating litigation hold, preservation and e-discovery tools and processes for greater efficiency
- Ensuring proprietary data remains secure when employees leave, companies divest, or other similar circumstances
- Developing and implementing information governance policies that do not disrupt the business
- Storing sensitive data, including client information and proprietary intellectual property
- Disposing of old or redundant data to reduce storage costs and reduce risk
- Migrating data to cloud applications and remediating information within legacy applications
- Mining corporate data to find and act upon key information quickly
Agile Solutions Reduce Cost & Risk
FTI Technology’s Information Governance & Compliance Services provides the people, process and technology to deliver tangible business benefits for organizations. Our goal is to deliver concrete improvements with demonstrable value. We assist in developing, implementing and delivering information governance projects that reduce corporate risk, cut storage costs, secure data, improve the e-discovery process and enable faster and deeper insight into data. These projects include:
Flexible Engagement Options
FTI Technology’s Information Governance & Compliance Services are tailored to meet specific client needs. Whether you need a trusted advisor to assist with evaluating a new technology, a quick data migration project or a complete transformational service, FTI Technology can right size the approach for you.
1 Computerworld article: “Data Growth Remains IT’s Biggest Challenge, Gartner Says” by Lucas Mearian, November 2010
2 IT Key Metrics Data 2014: Key Infrastructure Measures: Storage Analysis: Current Year, by Jamie Guevara, Linda Hall and Eric Stegman, Gartner, December 13, 2013.
3 RAND Study: Where the Money Goes, 2012
4 CSC Study “Data Revolution” 2011
5 High Scalability Blog post “How Big is a Petabyte, Exabyte, Zettabyte, or a Yottabyte?” September 2012
6 IDC Study: The Digital Universe of Opportunities: Rich Data and the Increasing Value of the Internet of Things, April 2014
7 IBM and Ponemon Institute Research study: 2014 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States, May 2014