Corporate Data: the More You Have, the Greater the Risk

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Your corporate data is crucial to your success. But the more information you manage, the more risk your enterprise carries.

Most organizations hoard corporate data assuming that it’s better to keep that data in case it’s required for litigation purposes or that it’s cheaper and easier to keep data than to destroy it. But most data outlives its use quickly and in many industries only a small proportion of records need to be retained indefinitely. But once data is no longer valuable, it becomes a liability and can expose your organization to extreme costs and risks.

To mitigate the risk of data exposure and avoid the costs of storing and handling unnecessary information, organizations need end-to-end processes for managing information throughout its entire lifecycle. 

Read this whitepaper to learn how to carefully construct a plan for effectively destroying data when it reaches its end-of-life.

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