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Intelligent Metadata - Concept Searching

You May Have Metadata, but Is It Actionable Knowledge?

I hope all your content has metadata. It probably doesn’t. Those pesky end users can store a document every which way. Then those same end users can’t find it. And they spend an average of 4.5 hours per week per person looking for it.…

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Data Vulnerabilities - Concept Searching

Beset by Data Vulnerabilities? Look in the Mirror

The average cost of a global data breach is $3.86 million, and in the US this swells to $7.91 million per breach, according to the Ponemon/IBM cybersecurity study released in July 2018.…

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Migration - Concept Searching

Migration in Your Plans? End the Garbage In, Garbage Out Syndrome

We all know most migration projects fail, for many different reasons. Over budget or not enough time are the two most common.

Why not try a different and proven approach to migration?

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Intelligent Search - Concept Searching

Why a Metadata Repository Will Improve Search and Information Transparency

Intelligent search can be achieved when an organization recognizes the value of a metadata repository or enterprise metadata environment. A stumbling block within information governance is, and always has been, the lack of metadata and subjective metadata, along with the issue of the business user as the primary author of metadata.…

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Multi-term Metadata - Records Management

What’s the Story About Metadata and a Record?

I read an article published by the State and Local Records Management organization in Texas. What surprised me is that the author went to great pains to explain, and did it very well, why metadata is so important.…

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GDPR

WDYT? Is the Digital Strip Search Going Too Far?

In New Zealand there is a zest for security. In the past, customs required travelers to provide any electronic devices for search purposes. What they neglected to incorporate into the law was that travelers were required to provide a password, digital fingerprint, or personal identification number (PIN).…

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GDPR - Data Breaches

Prison for Execs for Data Breaches – Gotta Love It!

I love this bill. According to an article in Security Week, Democrat Senator Ron Wyden released a draft bill named the Consumer Data Protection Act of 2018. It aims to give consumers control over their data, including how it’s sold or shared, and gives the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the power to issue fines and other penalties.…

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Office 365 Labels

Pesky End Users and Office 365 Labels – to Use or Not to Use, Maybe

One of my pet peeves has always been the tagging of documents by humans, or, as I like to call them, pesky end users. Those of you who read my blogs know that I am just teasing, and I often stick up for those poor souls who carry the burden of assigning accurate metadata to content.…

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Auto Classification

Facebook Victims of Breach – It’s Only 30 Million not 50 Million

Do you ever get tired of Facebook always being in the press for what is essentially poor security? If you ask me, what’s the difference between 30 million users and 50 million users?…

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Categorization - Auto-Classification - Concept Searching

Part 2: Classification Versus Categorization?

Since one of our core competencies is classification/categorization, I was curious what Microsoft was using for their classification technology. In Part 1 of our Classification Versus Categorization? blog we looked at different words that meant the same thing.…

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