Episode: ARMA 2013: Huron Legal


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ARMA 2013: Huron Legal
Kathy Adair, CRM, Arlene Bernardi, and Eugenia Brumm, Ph.D, CRM, FAI, from Huron Legal take a moment out of a busy conference to talk about how information governance and the Principles helps us "see things differently" in solving our information management and governance challenges.

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