Can workarounds and shadow repositories be putting your organization’s data and information at risk? Do your employees fill gaps in business processes when the systems they use are not convenient? Data and information management workarounds and shadow repositories are serious problems that companies must get a handle on or risk noncompliance.
Listen as TrailBlazer’s owners, Maura Dunn and Lee Karas, explain more about what workarounds and shadow repositories are within this episode.
Learn more by listening to this episode, or by sending TrailBlazer an email at [email protected].
TrailBlazer Consulting, LLC, is a small, woman-owned business that provides information and data management services to client organizations in the public and private sectors. Our work with infrastructure, energy, renewables, and healthcare clients, both in the United States and globally, gives us practical insight into making information work for businesses, while meeting evolving regulatory requirements.
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