This article describes the decade-long evolution of information governance at Intel against a background of rapid increases in data volumes. Intel's initial governance model sought to contain risk by restricting access to key information resources. The model evolved to a Protect-to-Enable approach that balanced the need to protect data with the need to make data more accessible and available for decision making. The information governance lessons learned from Intel's experience can be applied by other organizations.Click here for free 2-page executive summary (pdf)
Tallon, Paul; Short, James; and Harkins, Malcolm
"The Evolution of Information Governance at Intel,"
MIS Quarterly Executive: Vol. 12
, Article 5.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/misqe/vol12/iss4/5