Webinar recorded on: Thursday, November 17, 2016
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Effective information governance planning requires policies, processes, and people.
Its success also depends on an acute understanding of what business users need from collaboration platforms and ECM systems like SharePoint and Office365, while balancing end user requirements with organizational information security risks and regulatory compliance obligations.
Against a backdrop of increasing data breaches, cyber theft, and regulatory and legal risks, a well-implemented governance strategy can help organizations stay secure, compliant, and achieve maximum ROI for their collaboration and ECM systems.
Watch this webinar to check out Jai Dargan, Director of Product Management for Security and Information Governance Solutions at Metalogix, and Andrew Huynh, Managing Consultant at Catapult Systems, as they unpack SharePoint governance planning and implementation.
- Best practices in starting your information governance journey
- New data regulations that impact governance planning
- How to balance end user needs with organizational security objectives
- How Microsoft is improving governance capabilities within SharePoint 2016 and O365
About our Presenter, Jai Dargan
Jai Dargan is a Product Manager at Metalogix, where he directs the strategy Metalogix’s security and compliance solutions. In this capacity, Jai guides the direction of Metalogix products aimed at securing content collaboration, including ControlPoint, Sensitive Content Manager, and Insider Threat Index. Prior to Metalogix, Jai was a co-founder at Pim Labs, LLC, a startup company (acquired by Metalogix) that built solutions for securing social networks and sensitive content. He holds a Masters Degree from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree from New York University. You can follow his musings @jai_dargan..
About our Presenter, Andrew Huynh
Andrew Huynh is a Managing Consultant and a Local Practice Lead (Dallas) at Catapult Systems specializing in SharePoint technologies with focuses on migration, governance, information architecture and user adoption. Andrew is also the community leader for the Metalogix Community of Practice (CoP) where consultants come together to learn, share and ask questions regarding Metalogix suite of solutions.