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Sue Trombley Sue Trombley
Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain, has more than 25 years of information governance consulting experience. Prior to her current role, Trombley led Iron Mountain’s Consulting group responsible for business development, managing a team of subject matter experts, and running large engagements. Trombley holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science and recently was certified as an Information Government Professional. She sits on the AIIM Board, the University of Texas at Austin of School of Information Advisory Council, and is President of the Boston ARMA Chapter. She is Iron Mountain’s representative on the newly formed Information Governance Initiative and is frequent speaker at association events.
Emerging trends in records and information management ‒ balancing information risk and information value

The business conversation around records and information management has evolved. No longer is the primary focus on risk mitigation and compliance, many are now talking about deriving tangible business value from their information. Indeed, our own research with PwC last summer suggests that this is now a top priority for […]


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Data Wrangling with a Posse of Experts

Deep in the heart of Texas, where the University of Texas at Austin School of Information is located, was the perfect venue to discuss wrangling data for the purpose of meaningful analytics and thoughtful visualization with 8 expert panelists. Our goal for the Iron Mountain and iSchool co-hosted event was […]


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Valuable Content or ROT, Who Decides?  You Can Be a Change Agent!

In a recently published AIIM report researched and written for Iron Mountain’s Thought Leadership Program, the stats and facts tell us what we already knew intuitively: the lack of information governance for electronic content increases the risk of data breaches and reputation damage. Just this past week, the Associated Press […]


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Big Data: Big Opportunities and Risk

As the big data pool grows and its use becomes more accepted and prevalent not just commercially but for healthcare, we must consider the following.


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Big Data: Massive Opportunities, Compelling Challenges

I’ve just returned from the ARMA International Conference in San Diego.  For those of you who were unable to make the trip, information governance remains a trending topic, but the hottest topic discussed was big data.  Here are some highlights that I took away: Our Keynote speaker, Rick Smolan, impressed […]


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