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Collaboration Data Governance

Aligning Legal, IT & Security Risks


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Your Legal Operations Checklist for Enterprise Collaboration

Managing Collaboration Chaos is a Team Sport

Understanding and executing on the ever-growing challenge of managing collaboration data chaos is a team sport. Whether you are a compliance leader, in legal operations, or someone who is trying to forge a connection and alignment between legal, IT & security risks, Aware is here to help. In this whitepaper, we share five best practices that leading enterprises use when implementing a unified strategy for governance, risk, and compliance for this unstructured dataset.

Make it Actionable with the following Best Practices:

  1. Understand the Collaboration Ecosystem, Together
  2. Scope Your Specific Needs & Stakeholders
  3. Understand Where the Data Resides, and Educate on Legacy Vendor Gaps
  4. Clearly Articulate Your Overall Business Requirements for the Project
  5. Think About End Goal Processes & Permissions