Strong data management doesn’t just begin on the back end, when the data actually hits a database. It begins long before that, early in the data lifecycle, and across many areas of the organization. Check out the guest column by Micheline Casey where she highlights the importance of establishing data
In the digital age, the amount of information that businesses generate and receive has grown exponentially. At the same time, the importance of this information has only increased. Information management, in previous years a relatively straightforward process, has become something potentially challenging. In the current business environment, all businesses, should consider
Information is the vibrant, ever-changing resource that underpins all of your business’s daily operations. Therefore information management is essential to organize, protect, store and destroy data throughout the information lifecycle. While it is a fairly simple process, here are five common mistakes that prevent information management strategies from being successful.
Bring your own device (BYOD) has become a huge trend as organizations look to reap the productivity benefits of a more engaged workforce while simultaneously making the company a more attractive place to work. According to a study conducted by Vertic, a digital ad agency, it is estimated that enterprise
Big Data is one of the most talked about things in Information Lifecycle Management (ILM). Studies show the market for this technology and services will grow at a 40 percent annual rate from $3.2 billion in 2010 to $16.9 billion by 2015. Here are 10 examples of cool big data startups
Data and files have to be counted among any organization's critical assets along with products, cash, securities, raw materials and intellectual property. Check out these 10 tips to validate any new disaster recovery (DR) and continuity of operation (COOP) technology to determine whether the cost of implementing it is justified.
The 2012 list recognizes leaders who have designed or deployed information management strategies that make their organizations significantly more competitive, productive and cost-effective. More>>
The growth in information volume, velocity, variety and complexity, and the increased importance of information to the business makes the discipline of information management radically different from the past. Old techniques are no longer adequate; a dramatically different approach is needed. More>>
The most efficient information systems are those that the affected population is already familiar with and many communities have existing, trusted mechanisms to share information. Mapping these systems and connecting with them has to be part of disaster preparedness plans. Check out the post in which Timo Luge shares his views
The amount of customer information now available to marketers means more opportunities, challenges. More>>