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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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Big Data and The Crucial Need for Information Governance

Think Big Data is here? Just wait – it’s only beginning. According to IDC, the digital universe is doubling in size every two years, and will reach 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020. Estimates and projections vary, but it has been stated that 90 percent of the data existing...

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Searching, But Not Finding: 13 Tips and Recommendations

How many times a day do you think, “where did I put that document?” Expand that over an organization of 10s, 100s, or 1,000s of employees. Think about the lost productivity from not being able to have quick access to your research. (By the way, this cover of a farmer "searching...

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All Needle, No Haystack: Bring Predictive Analysis to Information Governance

Missed AIIM 2014? Or did you just miss out on a session or three you wanted to see? 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. Jason...

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Records Management and eDiscovery Converge!

Upcoming deadlines to comply with the 2012 Managing Government Records Directive and growing eDiscovery demands, along with the accelerated pace of new technology adoption are changing the records management landscape and bringing together records managers, legal and IT in a transition towards a...

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Risk Analysis and Legacy Data: How to make your Big Data Defensible

Every company and government organisation has defined goals, targets and strategies for their success or growth, with established timelines for each proposed deliverable. But along the way, all types of terrible events can take place which may jeopardize these strategies and prevent the...

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Can O365 Support your Organization's ECM

Can O365 Support your Organization's ECM One Company, one focus, and possibly one future for what commercial and business customers have known as Microsoft Office. Over the last few years Microsoft has rapidly moved its Office products to the cloud, and onto the Office 365...

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