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HP Launches Information Governance Services to Mitigate Risk for Regulated Industries

Information_governance_blue_NT.pngHP Enterprise Services today announced new HP Information Governance Services built on HP Autonomy technologies. 

 

The services are designed to enable compliance officers and legal counsel to manage structured and unstructured data according to business value and risk.

 

HP Information Governance Services deliver greater control over information assets, supporting organizations in their efforts to leverage the value of information in business-driven processes, operational efficiency, risk mitigation and cost reduction.

 

“In the era of big data, highly regulated industries like financial services, insurance and life sciences require the latest in data management tools in order to remain compliant,” said Martin Risau, senior vice president, Analytics and Data Management, HP Enterprise Services. “By expediting, enhancing and adding transparency to the process, HP is helping clients to effectively manage their information from beginning to end.”

 

A comprehensive approach to information governance

Information governance requires a comprehensive approach that sits at the intersection of people, process and technology. HP Information Governance Services combine indutry-leading technology from HP Autonomy with deep domain expertise from HP Enterprise Services to position clients to gain a fast return on their technology investments while successfully supporting business strategy.

 

The services component of the solution covers the full business life cycle from assessment and design to implementation and ongoing support. Typical use cases of the portfolio include:

 

  • Records management—A unique combination of consulting services and the HP Records Manager product supports client efforts to capture, search and manage business records from any source. 
  • Information archiving—HP’s market-leading archiving technology can be combined with integration and consulting services to help organizations manage retention and dispose of information to assist in compliance with changing regulations while simultaneously obtaining insights for better business decisions.
  • Classification—Expert service combined with HP ControlPoint technology provides a better understanding of where data is stored, how it is used and its business context and value. These HP Classification Services can be delivered at different stages of Information Governance and serve as a phased approach to data clean up, life cycle management and optimization.

 

The development of information policies and processes along with an accountability and responsibility framework is vital for any records management and archiving implementation and is an integral part of the HP Information Governance offering. HP Enterprise Services is leveraging HP Autonomy’s technology to implement, automate and enforce the execution of information policies across the enterprise.

 

With HP Information Governance Services, clients may experience:

 

  • Reduced risk exposure from compliance with retention regulation and ability to find information.
  • Improved efficiency by boosting productivity and efficiency by decreasing the growing volume of uncontrolled data.
  • Lowered eDiscovery and investigations costs through automated and repeatable processes. 

 

Availability

The complete portfolio of services is now available worldwide and will be showcased in booth No. 110 at LegalTech in New York, Feb. 4-6.

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