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Leverage Big Data to Improve Asset Reliability and Reduce Maintenance Outages

Having plant maintenance hierarchy and associated content – such as images of failed components – available from a single interface can cause the epiphany moment that makes you change the required lubrication frequency of a machine, thus extending the component’s run life Accessing historical vibration analysis results allows you to replace a bearing before it fails, ensuring a shorter, planned outage rather than a lengthy, unplanned repair that might also cause collateral damage A big-data strategy that integrates all relevant content with your plant operations means you can: Enhance internal and external collaboration around plant maintenance Improve equipment reliability Reduce outages and costs due to a simplified process for collecting, storing, and retrieving maintenance information Improve failure analysis and reporting Increase regulatory compliance and reduce legal exposure through better records management, traceability, and auditability #information governance #Collaboration #ECM #BigData #EnterpriseContentManagement #PlantMaintenance #InformationGovernance #ElectronicRecordsManagement #EnterpriseAssetManagement

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Metadata Truth – Fact or Fiction?

There is definitely a difference between low quality and high quality metadata, but is metadata truth achievable so it provides a consistent understanding across applications that use metadata to define the context and knowledge of the asset?

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Chicken or Egg: Content Management or Collaboration First?

However, the fact that the social software vendors and the ECM vendors meet yet again at the Enterprise 2.0 Show makes me wonder about an interesting question: Is content management a feature of collaboration or is collaboration a feature of content management?

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Darwinistic Information Management - Native Work Habits vs Reality of Systems

Coffee cups hold tremendous insight into information management (besides holding my favorite beverage)...All items in question had undergone Darwinistic Information Management...You may be asking what this has to do with document management

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The Year of Living Dangerously In Knowledge Management

I never categorized my work in records as part and parcel of Knowledge Management—it seemed disloyal. I dismissed Knowledge Management as a pseudonym (in my eyes, at least) for a better term: Records and Information Management

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It's about people...but employees are special people

The second is that in today's business world, people are more than resources, they are assets. Companies only want to get the most of their assets and that's all

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