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Blood, Sweat and Tweets: When Timely Access to Information Spells the Difference between Life and Death

” It’s really an amazing example of how vital having timely access to information can be. Most organizations aren’t dealing in life-or-death decisions, but that doesn’t mean that fast access to accurate information isn’t important. As my colleague Kimberly Samuleson has said , “Information is the lifeblood of the organization… In a harsh business climate, information”—which she defines as ‘data with context’—“allows organizations to survive—even thrive.” Indeed, as I noted in a recent post referencing Nien-Ling Wacker’s keynote speech during Empower 2012 , “With fast access to the right information, businesses can react quickly to changing conditions

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SharePoint Governance - Overhyped and Not Understood

I've noticed that most of the information being pumped into the market today about governance is immature

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Information Architecture, the CIP, and SharePoint: Kevin Parker, Member of the Week

Kevin Parker has a broad rangeof experience in enterprise information architecture...Parker: I am Principal Consultant and Practice Lead for Information Management at T...White Parker to grow their information management practice

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Building the Information Governance Business Case Within Your Company; an AIIM 2014 Presentation

Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry. Rob Hamilton presented Building the Information Governance Business Case Within Your Company. Information Governance is a critical component in today’s business world to ensure that ALL information is visible, organized, and compliant. This solution can help your business to gain a competitive edge through the strategic and economic use of information

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Deep-Dive of Search in SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online "From the Trenches"

The crawl component as well as the content processing component work together as the crawl component fetches the actual data and then those crawled items are sent over to the content processing component to extract links, metadata and other rich information

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Sometimes the Weakest Excuse can topple the Strongest Business Case

So I am working on my “Top 10 excuses to kill an information governance project” list that I put together based on my years of consulting and I am going to ask for your help

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