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I Don't Need Governance (Or lower ediscovery costs or access to my content or . . . )

So you think information governance boring and OK to ignore? Then you want to continually recreate content, pay more for ediscovery, and not be able to maximize your ability to gain insight about your business and customers from your information. Johnny Lee explains why you need...

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Why ECM Projects Cost More Than Expected

I was speaking with a potential client who said that one of their procurement problems was that project costs tended to grow and once started on the upward spiral, they were hard to control

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The Utopian Hysteria of the IT Chargeback Model

It makes sense that they would explore their options: most IT organizations find themselves constantly under pressure to reduce costs, to do more with the people they have, and to deliver against requirements and timelines that they often have little influence over. The chargeback model is a way of assigning value to IT projects, and while no real cash transaction happens between organizations in most cases, the goal is to help customer organizations better understand the costs associated with many of their requests

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The Devil's Triangle

And, these are the explicit costs that we can see….what about the costs to workers who are less productive, the cost of overtime and temps, and the cost of the ill-will created by a system that doesn’t work?

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