1. According to recent surveys regarding Big Data and its impacts, approximately………………. percent of information stored in organizations has real business value, while……………. percent must be kept as business records and about…………… percent is retained due to a litigation holdA.25, 5, 2B.25, 5, 1C.1, 5, 25D.None of the above.8 pointsQUESTION 21. The ………………………….is a visual planning tool created by EDRM.net to assist in identifying and clarifying the stages of the e-discovery process?A.E-Discovery Reference ModelB.Information Management ProtocolC.Guidelines for E-Discovery PlanningD.A. None of the above8 pointsQUESTION 31. What is the ITIL?A group of metrics that govern the programA set of process-oriented best practicesFocuses on value deliveryAll of the above8 pointsQUESTION 41. Which one of the following is TRUE about the IG Reference Model?A.Linking duty + policy integration = efficient, effective managementB.Linking duty + value to information asset = Unified governance, effective managementC.Linking duty + value to information asset = efficient, effective managementD.All of the above8 pointsQUESTION 51. TRUE or FALSE: Managing e-records is primarily a legal issue, especially for public and heavily regulated companiesTrueFalse8 pointsQUESTION 61. Two of the of the biggest threats of social media use for organizations come from the lack of a ………………………, and threats presented by………………………….?A.Social media commitment, employee useB.Social media policy, employee useC.No IG policy, employee useD.None of the above8 pointsQUESTION 71. According to one of the chapter reading, e-mails can be looked as often shot out in the heat of the battle, most times the e-mail messages are evidence of a ………………… in lawsuits and investigationsA.Smoking gunB.Steaming gunC.Hot gunD.Smoking topic8 pointsQUESTION 81. Which one of the following is TRUE about the IG Reference Model?A.Linking duty + policy integration = efficient, effective managementB.Linking duty + value to information asset = Unified governance, effective managementC.Linking duty + value to information asset = efficient, effective managementD.All of the above8 pointsQUESTION 91. Microsoft’s SharePoint server product dramatically altered the content and records management (RM) markets. Crocker (2015), edited by Smallwood research indicated that, previous to SharePoint solutions were somewhat__________,_____________, and _____________ efforts for each business applications.A.Cumbersome, managed large quantities of documents, and required less extensive implementationB.Cumbersome, managed large quantities of documents, and required extensive implementation.C.Easy to use, managed large quantities of documents, and required less extensive implementationD.All of the above.8 pointsQUESTION 101. TRUE or FALSE: A folksonomy uses free-form words to classify documents. It’s an approach useful for updating an individual’s taxonomy structure and improves the user search experience.TrueFalse8 pointsQUESTION 111. TRUE or FALSE: From one of our chapter reading, digital preservation can be defined as the long-term, error-free storage of digital information, with means for retrieval and interpretation, for the entire time span the information is required to be retained.TrueFalse8 pointsQUESTION 121. TRUE or FALSE: According to Franks and Smallwood (2013), information has not become the lifeblood of every organization, and that an increasing volume of information today has increased and exchanged through the use of social networks and Web2.0 tools like blogs, microblogs, and wikisTrueFalse8 pointsQUESTION 131. In one of our case studies regarding SharePoint, the authors indicated that for SharePoint deployments, “an ounce of prevention truly is worth a pound of cure.” Why was that?A.SharePoint was only a TOOL, and a panacea for poor IG, and simply deploying it will resolve business issues or compliance problemsB.Since every SharePoint environment includes corporate information, organizations could avoid a lot of headaches and possibly future IG risks if they DIDN’T invest time and deliberation in PLANNING how they will deploy SharePointC.Since every SharePoint environment includes corporate information, organizations could avoid a lot of headaches and possibly future IG risks if they invested time and deliberation in PLANNING how they will deploy SharePointD.Both A and C8 pointsQUESTION 141. Looking forward with SharePoint, the authors concluded that there was going to be a great need for collaboration between both internal and external stakeholders to develop governance policies and strategies to govern and control information assets over long periods of time, among other requirements. For this to be achievable, the chapter identified onemost important considerationthat must be met. What was that consideration?A.Never worry about the level of LTDP maturity was appropriate, achievable, and affordable for the organization and to begin working methodically toward a goal for the good of the organization and its stakeholders over the long-termB.Determination that the level of LTDP maturity was appropriate, achievable, and affordable for the organization and to begin working methodically toward a goal for the good of the organization and its stakeholders over the long term.C.Organizations should focus on what is doable over the next 10 to 20 years rather than the next 50 to 100 yearsD.Both B and C8 pointsQUESTION 151. There are three (3) basic types of hierarchical taxonomies, and they are?A.The subject, business, and functionalB.Controlled, uncontrolled, and functionalC.Subject, ISO, and ANSID.ECM, ERM, and Business8 pointsQUESTION 161. Why has the e-mail become a critical component of the IG implementation process?A.e-mail can be the leading piece of evidence requested during discovery phases of civil trialsB.e-mail cannot be the leading piece of evidence requested during discovery phases of civil trialsC.It’s a ubiquitous business communication tool and a leading piece of evidence that can be requested at civil trialsD.both A and C8 pointsQUESTION 171. 1. IT governance seeks to align business objectives with IT strategy to deliver…………………?A.Business valueB.Business agendaC.Business metricsD.None of the above8 pointsQUESTION 181. Information Governance (IG) consists of?A.the overarching policies and processes to optimize and leverage information while keeping it secure and meeting legal and privacy obligations in alignment with organizationally stated business objectives;B.established frameworks and best practices to gain the most leverage and benefit out of IT investments and support accomplishment of business objectives;C.the processes, methods, and techniques to ensure that data is of high quality, reliable, and unique (not duplicated), so that downstream uses in reports and databases are more trusted and accurateD.All of the above8 pointsQUESTION 191. The principles of successful IG programs are emerging, and they include executive sponsorship, and………………, ………………, ………………, ……………, ……………, …………, …………, ………………, and ……………?A.Information classification, integrity, security, accessibility, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous metricsB.Information classification, integrity, security, personally identifiable information, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous improvementC.Information classification, integrity, security, accessibility, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous improvementD.Both A and B8 pointsQUESTION 201. Maintaining the IG program requires that a senior-level officer of the enterprise continues to push for __________, _______________, and ___________ of the program to secure and control informationA.Enforcement, improvement, expansionB.Business plans, industry best practices, changing technologyC.Enforcement, business plans, expansionD.None of the above8 pointsQUESTION 211. The following are reasons why many organizations are trying to reduce and right-size their information foot-print by using data governance techniques like data cleansing and de-duplication:A.improve data quality and reduce redundancies, reduce increased and staggering storage management costs,B.reduce the risk of systems failures due to overloadingC.Both A and BD.None of the above8 pointsQUESTION 221. Creating a …………………… is a basic building block in an ………………… that assists business executives understand the risks associated with stated business objectives.A.Risk profile, Enterprise Risk ManagementB.ISO 9000, Heat mapC.Risk Profile, FrameworkD.All of the above8 pointsQUESTION 231. A good data governance framework ensures that downstream negative effects of poor data are avoided and that subsequent reports, analyses, and conclusions are based on______________________?.A.Reliable, and trusted dataB.Frequently Accessed dataC.Unreliable and trusted dataD.All of the above8 pointsQUESTION 241. According to a survey research of 2013, the results of that research indicated that……………………of the respondents stated that e-mail was their favorite form of business communication which surpassed not only social media but also telephone and in-person contact.A.3/5B.2/5C.1/3D.2/38 pointsQUESTION 251. One of the ten IG principles is a Continuous improvement. What is the importance of this principle to the organization program?A.Provide periodic program review and necessary adjustment against gaps and or shortcomingsB.Ensure guidelines and policies are being followed to measure employee complianceC.Document management and report management software must be deployed for controlD.None of the above8 pointsClick Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.
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