Well known analysts, industry evangelists and trend leaders show their view on the future of information management
Well here we are in 2011, not only a new year but a new decade and I wish for all of you, the very best for the future. The entering of a new year brings about many things. We hear resolutions being made and pundit predictions of all sorts ranging from the state of world affairs to technology
I instead wrote the business case for Enterprise Information Architecture and Enterprise Content Management, with SharePoint 2010 as the proposed platform piece of the overall strategy
In his new book, “ The Information Diet ,” Johnson writes, “We know we’re products of the foods we eat. Why wouldn’t we be products of the information we consume?” He notes that “in any democratic nation with the freedom of speech, information can never be as strongly regulated by the public as our food, water, and air
Sullivan cites a case where the defendant was arrested on drug charges and then brings up a good point raised by Mark Rasch the former head of the Justice Department’s computer crime unit that if this law allows search of cell phones would it or could it then be applied to other devices like your laptop PC?
In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. 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
The China Syndrome is a hypothetical scenario, portrayed in the 1979 movie titled the China Syndrome, where an extreme nuclear meltdown occurs within a reactor and the molten core breaches the container melting its way through the crust and core of the earth
Many people feel their organizations are struggling with problems only they have seen, and while this is true in the sense they have unique situations, the fundamental aspects of their problems are no different than any other organization regardless of where they are located. We all have information management issues and in many cases, we are all dealing with the same issues
This ignores the power of policies, procedures and training
The first level of value is Revenue based...Specifically, if any source of data is growing at 2% per month or greater, that directly relates to higher costs of storage, management and risk of loss
Over the last six months or so, I have taken the time to learn about corporate governance through the reading of books, industry association articles and talking with others in public corporate ledership
To be more succinct, your SharePoint governance is as much about the business as it is about the platform...