IGI Charter Supporters
The Information Governance Initiative is supported by these leading providers of Information Governance products and services.
Active Navigation | Website
“Marvelous news! Well done Barclay and team for launching this long-needed IG think tank and forum,” said Peter Baumann, CEO of Active Navigation Inc. “Not a day too soon, and the Active Navigation team looks forward to working with the other IGI charter supporters to develop this critical business capability.”
Equivio | Website
“Data has become very big, with costs and risks close in tow,” said Amir Milo, CEO of Equivio. “Organizations just have to regain control over their data, and the sooner the better. Recently, some great work has started to emerge, the joint product of technologists and lawyers, working in close cooperation with corporations, which has the potential to re-define the space. The IGI is perfectly timed because it can help us all share and foster the development of this emerging knowledge base and work together to take information governance to the next stage.”
Fontis International | Website
"As a provider of the industry's first subscription-based international records retention research product, we see the challenges of information governance firsthand every day," said Steve Formica, CEO of Fontis International. "We are proud to support this important new Initiative, which will play a critical role in bringing the stakeholders of information governance together."
HP Autonomy | Website
HP Autonomy software processes unstructured human information, including social media, email, video, audio, text, and web pages. Using HP Autonomy's information management and analytics technologies, organizations can extract meaning in real time from data in virtually any format or language, including structured data. A range of purpose-built market offerings help organizations drive greater value through information analytics, unified information access, archiving, e-discovery, enterprise content management, data protection, and marketing optimization.
Iron Mountain | Website
Iron Mountain is a storage and information management company, assisting more than 156,000 organizations in 36 countries on five continents with storing, protecting, and managing their information. Organizations in every major industry and of all sizes—including more than 94 percent of the Fortune 1000—rely on Iron Mountain to store and manage their information.
Nuix | Website
“The launch of the IGI marks a tipping point as the combined forces of mobile, big data, and the cloud offer immense opportunity that cripples traditional data protection and governance principles and practices,” said Deborah Baron, CEO at Nuix NA. “The IGI is uniting some of the best and brightest in the industry to tackle these challenges for the benefit of organizations globally. Nuix is proud to step up as a charter supporter, contributing our resources and expertise to help drive the industry forward.”
OpenText | Website
“Information is a key corporate asset that needs to be effectively managed and leveraged to drive innovation and growth," said Lynn Elwood, VP Enterprise Product Marketing at OpenText, Inc. "We are entering an era of ‘Big Content’ where unstructured content continues to accumulate in massive volumes. A strong information governance program is critical to protecting the content, protecting the organization, and unlocking the value in our information. The IGI is perfectly timed to provide advice, knowledge-sharing, and best practices that reach across disciplines to steer information governance programs and professionals.”
Recall | Website
“As a global leader in information management, Recall is proud to support the IGI in its mission to advance Information Governance practices and technologies,” said Recall’s Global Vice President and General Manager, Information Governance & Records, Rob Hamilton. “Information Governance is now a mission-critical objective for organizations around the world. We look forward to partnering with the IGI and its community to define global standards for securely managing the ever-increasing volume and variety of physical and digital information.”
Recommind | Website
“Recommind is excited to be a charter supporter of the IGI as we collectively drive the information governance market forward, helping the members leverage advanced technologies to solve historically difficult business challenges (Privacy, RIM, eDiscovery) – all of which are rapidly accelerating,” said Dean Gonsowski, Esq., VP Business Development and Associate General Counsel at Recommind.
RSD | Website
“For the last five years, RSD has been on the forefront of understanding the challenges around information governance and developing a purpose-built information governance platform,” said Tamir Sigal, VP of Marketing at RSD. “We are thrilled to be part of the IGI community so we can continue learning from our peers and share how our strategy is helping address information governance issues for our customers.”
Xerox | Website
“Information overload has serious implications for organizations,” said Sheila Mackay, VP of eDiscovery Consulting at Xerox Litigation Services. “They increasingly need to find value in their data to be more competitive; meet the myriad regulatory, compliance, and legal requirements; and more efficiently address the costs and risks of storing, managing, and retrieving ever-increasing volumes of data. We are excited to be at the forefront of this strategic initiative to help facilitate dialogue among industry stakeholders and develop an effective and actionable information governance framework.”
ZyLAB | Website
“This initiative will help our clients, who, along with reducing e-discovery costs, face the information risk management challenges of long term sustainable archiving, the dark side of big data, international privacy, security, and ever-changing compliance and regulatory requirements,” said Mary Mack, Enterprise Technology Counsel at ZyLAB. “ZyLAB is proud to participate as a charter supporter of the Information Governance Initiative to contribute to the growth of this global, cross-organizational, cross-functional community.”
Drinker Biddle LLP | Website
Drinker Biddle recognizes that information governance is an integral part of corporate governance and risk management. We understand that skillfully governing a business includes skillfully governing its information, leveraging that information for best use, and avoiding the risks excess information can create. What distinguishes information governance from mere information management is that it determines why a business creates and utilizes information, not simply how. When a business knows why it creates and uses information, it can leverage that information for its best use and minimize the risks inherent with the over-retention of data.
Tritura IG | Website
We live in an era of Internet-scale enterprise infrastructure, powerful analytical tools, and massive data sets from which we can potentially wring profound new insights about business, society, and ourselves. This is an era of unprecedented scrutiny from courts and regulators, an era where the difference between the winners and losers is mastery of information.
Vialumina | Website
ViaLumina is a specialized professional services practice offering information governance consulting services. We help our clients maximize the value of information and comply with legal requirements for its management. ViaLumina accomplishes this by providing a range of Records and Information Management (RIM), compliance, assessment, implementation, training, and other professional services. ViaLumina consultants have helped the world’s leading institutions achieve clarity about their information environment, and thereby minimize the risks—and maximize the benefits—of information.