Information Governance

Everyone wants to do it, but quite a few folks have no idea what it is. There is a huge amount of information on information governance, if you want to know best practices. Little information is available about the nitty gritty of how to do it – and why.

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Intelligent Metadata

Metadata Matters – Intelligent Metadata Generation

Taxonomies and metadata have co-dependent relationships. The structures of taxonomies and of metadata contain reciprocal elements that work together to create the information architecture.…

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Digital Workplace

The Digital Dark Age – Are You Ready?

The impending digital dark age could soon be upon us. Are you ready? Is your business ready? I cannot even pretend to have the mind of Vint Cerf, a father of the Internet and Google VP, to suggest that technology is moving so fast that in the future no one will be able to access personal or business information, as it will have become obsolete – or unreadable.…

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Intelligent Content in Context

Identifying Knowledge Assets from a Hill of Beans – Yes, Really

Rumor has it, the annual growth rate of unstructured content has now reached 50%. That represents a lot of value, and a lot of garbage. Information governance is still a goal of most organizations, but is often not achieved.…

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Auto-classification - Content-based Classification

Auto-classification – Content-based Classification

I don’t talk much about auto-classification, although it’s a key component in our technology. In content-based classification, which is what we do, weights are given to particular subjects in a document that determine the class to which the document is assigned.…

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auto classfication - Home on the Range – Keep it Safe. Data Sovereignty and Security

Home on the Range – Keep it Safe. Data Sovereignty and Security

The recent Microsoft versus the US Department of Justice (DoJ) is an interesting development in individual privacy, some laud it as a resounding victory on behalf of all citizens who still hold on to hope that our information will be kept private.…

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itar compliance - Microsoft versus the Department of Justice – Round 1 to Microsoft

Microsoft versus the Department of Justice – Round 1 to Microsoft

All of our solutions are available in the cloud. Naturally, we read with interest the decision by the federal appeals court that the US Government cannot force Microsoft to turn over emails stored on Microsoft servers in Ireland.…

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blog2 - Reading the writing on the wall? Where oh where is my SharePoint going?

Reading the writing on the wall? Where oh where is my SharePoint going?

I’ve read some interesting takes on SharePoint 2016 and its future. Whether these highly respected experts have crystal balls, I don’t know, or maybe it’s just conjecture on their part, or just plain ole’ smarts.…

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Taxonomy Development - Concept Searching taxonomy component

Calling taxonomy development a headache is a misnomer if there ever was one.

Luckily our taxonomy component is easy-to-use with minimal training. But who wouldn’t want the basic framework as the starting point? WAND, Inc. is one of Concept Searching’s partners and that’s exactly what they do.…

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Technology and Information Governance – A Match Made in Heaven

Several years ago, we were already concerned about information governance, long before it became a persistent and sometimes annoying subject. Almost all the articles and analyst viewpoints consist of definitions, what’s involved, and why you should do it, but rarely the how to do it.…

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Social Media – Do you know your liabilities? What are you doing about security?

Security in the cloud is a consistently discussed topic. But what about your social media activities? How do you train your users, identify non-sanctioned information, and what is your damage control plan?…

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