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Information Governance Must Change

Information governance (IG) is all the rules, regulations, legislation, standards, and policies with which organizations need to comply when they create, share, and use information. Governance is mandated internally and externally. ( PHIGs IMC Inc – 2014 ) The above graphic,...

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UnFUDding Cloud Content Management (a rant)

Yesterday (May 30, 2016) I read this article which contends that Box, Dropbox, and others are not content management platforms. I was considering not linking to the article and just putting up screen shots of the main points, but I decided on the link instead. The article is nothing but FUD ...

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AIIM2015 - Quick Thoughts

This year the annual AIIM Conference was held in San Diego, California; way better than last year’s location which was really a few hotels sitting on reclaimed swamp land or something. And it was great to reconnect with people and meet some new folks and blah, blah, blah …. Overall I found...

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Balancing user productivity & enterprise control

These are facts and they are little shocking: · 45% of the content people need to do their jobs is pulled out of your systems of record and worked on independently – outside your security controls. · 37% of U.S. IT workers are using technology they...

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The cloud sync tower of Babel

Cloud document syncing services are all the rage nowadays, but for a regular user, their usage might quickly become the equivalent of a document syncing tower of Babel . Like in the old mythology’s story, where humans that used to speak only one language were divided by the...

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This summer, go uber mobile

If the only thing that stops you from working form home on a gorgeous July day is the fact that you can’t get to information if you aren’t at an office- then you need a mobile content management intervention. I’m writing this while streaming a podcast to my iPhone, and...

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Apple iCloud: a storm in a teacup for the enterprise

In true Apple fashion, iCloud was unveiled at yesterday’s WWDC in San Francisco to much fanfare and applause. Lots and lots of applause. The new service, best thought of as replacement for the ill-fated MobileMe, will allow users to sync their data, photos, music, documents and apps across...

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