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First and foremost, information governance is looked at as a holistic strategy meant to manage corporate information. The approach of information governance is made possible through the approach of implementing process, functions and metrics that treat information as an important advantage. Fundamentally, information governance offers employees with data that can be trusted and easily accessed while undertaking business enterprises. Technology on the other hand is a term initiated in the application of scientific know-how for practical challenges, especially in the industry sector. Technology in this case helps big data to shed light on what might include in emerging consumer trends and product trends. Furthermore, technology assists Big Data to constantly evolve the services offered by firms. The challenges of technology are it requires an individual who is aware of what technology entails. Furthermore, it is expensive to invest in new technology. Fundamentally, the implication here is that technology is important, but expensive for the end users in terms of training and installment.
Smallwood, R. (2014). Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices, Wiley.
Mayer-Schonberger, V., & Lazer, D. (2007). Governance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government, MIT Press.
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