Information Governance, IT Governance, Data Governance: What’s the Difference? Briefly explain.
Governance is at the apex of any organization in terms of resources and realization of set organizational objectives. A clear distinction is made among the three. IT governance ensures that the organization’s IT investments support the business objectives, manage the risk and meet compliance regulations. Data governance pertains to the management of data in order to improve business outcomes and fuel business growth. Information governance on the other hand is a strategic criterion to the maximizing the value while at the same time creating a mitigation of the associated risk of the information of the organization.