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I Can’t, Can You? Valuing Information

However, even that does not quantify the value of the information itself...At worst it has a negative value (or value to your competitors) because it’ll be used against you

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I Think I Can – Valuing Information Pt 2

Some weeks ago (2013-10-7 to be exact) I posted this about trying to assign value to information

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How RIM can add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we will take a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS systems...To avoid these negative outcomes, the onus is records managers to avoid being bypassed and show that they can add value to the process

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Memo to Senior Staff: Wake Up and Smell the Value

In a relatively recent survey conducted by CIO for SAS, just 14% of responding IT and business leaders said their organizations are just starting to realize the value of the information at their disposal, and only 40% said their organizations realize the potential of their information but are struggling with how to make that information actionable

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How IA, metadata, and taxonomy add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we are looking a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS...Taxonomy adds value by showing us the inherent relationships between information stored within the EDRMS

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If "Information Flows Like Water" is your Enterprise Plumbing Ready?

At the same time the potential business value relevant, timely and contextual information has never been greater...We call this the information value-gap. Closing the value-gap requires new strategies and new tools

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Are You Using Your Records Retention Schedule?

Are you really getting the full impact value of a RRS or does it sit on the shelf/file on the server collecting dust, or worse serving as a door stop? What is the value today that you receive from your past RIM victories? We, the RIM professionals, have said for years that the RRS applies to both paper and electronic records and information, yet, in 2010, less than 50% of the companies that said they have a RRS are actually realizing the fullest value of that single-now-simplified document

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Why Vendor Should Support AIIM's CIP Program

Vendors and partners can use continuing education as a way to promote their team’s value...CIP Improves Messaging Probably the biggest value of CIP is that it improves messaging

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Which Comes First, Your Content or Your Process?

Both really need to be optimized and synchronized to provide maximum total value to your organization...But if that content can’t quickly and efficiently get to the people who need it, then its value is seriously degraded

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