IMRM???? It is what you don’t Know!
Thought you had your information management and eDiscovery under control….Think Again!
From the creator of the EDRM model comes the Information Management Reference Model (IMRM)….and it Changes Everything from eDiscovery to IT to Business processes.
George Socha, Esq., explicates the impact IMRM has on IT, Legal, Business and eDiscovery.
The Information Management Reference Model (IMRM) project started from a groundswell of interest by EDRM members and non-members. Why? Information Management is the first step of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and if you get it wrong….your eDiscovery efforts, no matter how good, will be compromised and relevant documents and evidence potentially spoliated.
IMRM project’s focus was to create a reference model similar to the EDRM to help frame the discussion surrounding the most important aspects of information management and its stakeholders. Throughout numerous eDiscovery cases over the last few years, the main challenge, which crippled eDiscovery efforts, was the lack of sufficient collaboration among key stakeholders. The three major stakeholders categories are the business users who need information to operate the organization, IT departments who must implement the mechanics of information management, and legal, risk, and regulatory departments who understand the organization’s duty to preserve information beyond its immediate business value.
“IMRM delivers insight into the process which happens before the eDiscovery projects start, as well as often determines eDiscovery project’s success or failure,” says Karthik Kannan, Sr. Director Marketing EMC SourceOne eDiscovery – Kazeon. “George’s leadership has pioneered the understanding around the entire information management and eDiscovery process and significantly expanded our collective knowledge base. This webinar is the one that Corporate Counsel, as well as IT professionals, simple cannot miss because of its impacts the entire company.”
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