Myths are paradoxical. They often start with a kernel of truth, and the most fertile ground in which a kernel sprouts and grows, is a field of confusion. The more complex a topic, the more likely it is that myths will spread vigorously like weeds.

Case in point? Information governance. Everyone has his or her own take on the exact definition of information governance, and in reality, “ideal” governance will be different for every organization. But, the rise of file share analysis tools has only further complicated a very multifaceted business challenge. Here are some common myths about file analysis, and their respective truths.

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