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Modernize Your Organization's Information Governance and Records and Information Management Program


Balance Risk, Cost, and Data Growth

We help organizations negotiate and draft the appropriate information management policies to meet their business and regulatory needs. This allows companies to reduce risk, decrease storage footprint and cost, and eliminate the burden from the employees as much as practicable. 


Kahn builds solutions to meet unique organizational needs because one size does not fit all. Each organization has different business needs, regulatory landscape, technology in use, and budgetary constraints. Over the last two decades, Kahn has worked across most industries advising small to Fortune 100 companies that have global footprints.

For most organizations, reasonableness is the answer.  The Kahn team can help your organization get your information under management.

You may find our article on Business Law Today by American Bar Association titled "Six Steps to Regain Control of Your Information Landscape" interesting.


Mitigate Risk, Reduce Cost, Improve Compliance, Improve Governance

Elevate your organization's information management practices with Kahn Consulting's Information Governance Assessment. Our broad analysis provides expert insights to identify risks where compliance challenges may exist with key laws and regulations. We identify potential risks associated with the management of sensitive information, such as personal identifiable information, personal health information, intellectual property, trade secrets, etc., while also providing recommendations to mitigate the risk.  We will recommend ways to improve your information management processes, reduce costs, and protect valuable assets with the guidance of Kahn Consulting's Information Governance Assessment.



Simple Rules that Employees Can Follow and Can be Automated

With years of experience, the Kahn team has refined and simplified records retention rules.  It is a reality that not one type of records retention schedule will fit all organizations.  The organization's regulatory landscape, reliance on cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and IoT, its desire to defensibly dispose of records and non-records (i.e., cruds), its litigation profile, its data growth, and the allocated budget all play a factor in the type of records retention schedule that your organization should deploy.   

We can provide record retention schedules that range from "off-the-shelf" to highly customized schedules and big bucket rules to detailed record-level schedules.  We can enhance a traditional record retention schedule to include the location of stored (i.e., shared drive, applications, etc.), classification of the record (security, privacy, IP, etc.), media type, where information is stored in the cloud, among other things. 

Read more about Kahn's thinking on Retention Schedules: American Bar Association - Business Law Today site.

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Microsoft 365: TEAMS, Chats, Recordings,

SharePoint, Exchange, Yammer

Google Workspace: Mail, Drive, Voice, Vault, Jamboard, Meet, Keep

As many companies are utilizing O365 and Google Workspace, they are challenged and limited in the proper retention of information based on the functionality offered by these increasingly popular tools. Kahn has been working with companies across most industries for many years to address retention and other policy issues in Office 365 or Google Workspace.

Read the article American Bar Association - Business Law Today by the Kahn Team "Before Moving to the Cloud, Invite the Lawyers to the Information Migration Party."



Expert Guidance on Various Information Related Challenges

Defensible Disposition based on reasonableness

Social Media, eCommunications, Chats, Instant Messages, Virtual Meetings, Virtual Boards

Retention of Artificial Intelligences (AI), Machine Learning (ML) data, IoT

Storage Reduction

Management and retention of data in the Cloud 

Technology Assessments

Program Assessments

Risk Assessments

eDiscovery / Legal Hold

Archiving Guidance



Structured and Unstructured Data Management/Retention

Simplified Records Retention Schedules

Mapping of Sources / Data Mapping

Contract Management Guidance


M&A and Divestiture Information Integration

Office Consolidation

Virtual Working policies and practices

Merger Integration Strategy Planning

Information governance is like a reliable compass that guides organizations through the complex and changing terrain of technology, compliance, and risk management. Without a compass, you can easily get lost and face serious consequences. That’s why you need to implement information governance policies and practices that align with your business goals and values and comply with legal and compliance requirements.
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