Coming Soon: Global Information Governance Perspectives
Available March 2018
From the Library of Alexandria to Google’s algorithms, information has always relied on data stewards to rise to the challenge of preserving knowledge, protecting records and passing them on to the next generation. In his latest book, Rafael Moscatel travels the world, interviewing diverse leaders in multi-disciplinary fields ranging from library to data science and exploring universal themes that run throughout them.
Go deep inside the mind of CIO’s, Information Governance Managers, Archivists, Librarians, Chief Data Officers, Lawyers and Judges and discover how their growing need for governance is fueling opportunities in so many of these evolving professions. Through these in-depth interviews, Rafael takes us on an educational jaunt through the sandboxes of today’s global leaders to share what he’s learned from their unique experiences. If you’re already in or are considering a career in a field like Blockchain, eDiscovery, AI, Big Data or Records Management, this book invites you to explore the new dawn of Information Governance.
Rafael Moscatel is an award-winning Information Governance Professional (IGP) and Certified Records Manager (CRM). He has spent the last twenty years developing large-scale Information Management Programs for Fortune 500 companies including Paramount Pictures and Farmers Insurance. In 2015, he partnered with Stanford University and produced The Little Girl with the Big Voice, an acclaimed documentary based on archives and the Doctrine of Fair Use. He was honored with the Excellence for an Organization Award by ARMA International in 2017 and speaks regularly at industry conferences about the evolving discipline of IG.
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