All bark and no bite. Heard the saying? It essentially means one who talks a tough story, but then shuns away when asked to step up.
In 2010, Symantec conducted a survey of more than 1,600 senior IT and legal executives in 26 countries to determine the best – and worst – practices in the area of information management and published the results in the 2010 Information Management Health Check Survey.
87% of these folks said that enterprises should have a proper information retention strategy that allows them to delete unnecessary information.
Why, then, do less than 46% actually have one?
What’s the deal? Why is it so hard to delete information that isn’t needed?
Well, that’s the key isn’t it? ...