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Toxic Data and DLP: Value or a Waste? By Martin Garland

In a Forrester white paper, they referred to ‘toxic data’, which I thought was a very powerful use of words, in reference to deploying DLP technology. With the recent announcement of DLP availability in Office 365 the white paper piqued my interest. What I thought was interesting,...

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Dark Content and the Search for Gold

By Martin Garland Dark Gold - an interesting term for the content in your organization that remains unfound, unused, and forgotten. Did you ever find a document like that? That you didn’t even know existed, and it was the exact piece of information you were looking for? Eureka!...

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Do you know the 9 Principles of Classification?

1. INTUITIVE The evidence of an intuitive taxonomy is that users find it easy to navigate and use. This means that users can successfully predict in which category they are likely to find the content they want, just by looking at the top level. This exploits the knowledge domain mapping...

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Auto-classification – where’s the confusion?

By Martin Garland Auto-classification is a catch all term that will scan the contents of a document and automatically assign categories and keywords based on the document contents. The issue, of course is that not all classification technologies are created equal. The choice remains for the...

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Auto-classification and metadata –the missing link

Carlam@Conceptsearching.com http://www.conceptsearching.com/wp/13998/ I am doing some research on auto-classification and would sincerely appreciate your input, thoughts, and insight. This is the third in a series on auto-classification. The other two postings are Auto-classification –...

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What Questions Would You Ask When Purchasing an Auto-classification Solution?

by Carlam@Conceptsearching.com on May 28, 2014 I recently had to create a PowerPoint presentation on classification for Records Managers for one of my technical/sales colleagues. One slide, provided questions they could ask a vendor that was under evaluation (of course, highly...

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Just Because Something Is Not An Enterprise Information Asset Does Not Stop It From Being A Liability

I recently blogged about how information governance has the role of reducing risk of indictment. One of the questions I have been pondering lately is to what extent should those in information governance reduce the risk of indictment. Many organizations want to want to be held accountable for...

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Taxonomies? Becoming a solution of choice?

Taxonomies? Becoming a solution of choice? By marting@conceptsearching.com on March 21, 2013 in Blog , Enterprise Metadata Management , Information Governance At the end of last quarter we surveyed our clients and the general marketplace and asked them their priorities...

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What's on the top of your list for 2013 Priorities?

http://www.conceptsearching.com/wp/whats-on-the-top-of-your-list-for-2013-priorities/ We recently completed a survey on the key priorities for executives in 2013 as it relates to any application that requires the use of metadata. The respondents included our clients as well as the broader...

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