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Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation? Try Failing First

Digital transformation seems to be back in vogue, after a lull in activity and organizations realizing that they didn’t really know what it meant. I can’t remember where I read this, so I apologize, but is the ‘digital workplace’ just a new word for ‘continuous improvement,’ made popular in the 1990s?…

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Insight Engines - Concept Searching

Insight Engines – Ya Gotta Love ‘Em

I’m not sure whether you have been informed but, according to Gartner, ‘enterprise search’ has now been renamed ‘insight engines’ – this follows the renaming of ECM and big content.…

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Discovery, Risk, Insight

Let’s Just Not Tell Anyone Billions of User Records Were Hacked

Poor Yahoo, now Altaba. It was recently fined a whopping $35 million dollars by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), for sitting on its massive data breach for two years. In case you don’t recall the details, dastardly Russian cyberhackers managed to obtain the entire Yahoo database, which contained billions of usernames, email addresses, phone numbers, birthdates, passwords, and security questions.…

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Text mining, text analytics, auto-classification, categorization

Where’s the Insight?

Structured data analytics has been around for quite a while. Unstructured? Not so. Yet Gartner reports that 85 percent of information in a company is unstructured, and that a company’s information doubles every 18 months.…

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Data Classification

Data Classification – What It Is, Why You Should Care, and How to Perform It

This article was written by Ilia Sotnikov, VP of Product Management at Netwrix. Mr. Sotnikov does an excellent job discussing classification of content and data.

Organizations have limited resources to invest in safeguarding their data.…

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Search

Search and You Will Find – Maybe

Today, one of our technical people said that search was a commodity. That is probably valid. But I am hoping that executive management now sees that search, even if it is a commodity, needs to find what you are looking for and only what you are looking for.…

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Would You Travel to Timbuktu Without a Map? Highly Doubtful

For those of you who love to travel, ever been to Timbuktu? I haven’t. Timbuktu, also spelled as Tinbuktu, Timbuctoo and Timbuktoo, is a historical city that is still inhabited, in the West African nation of Mali, situated 20 kilometers north of the River Niger, on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert.…

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Digital Workplace Benefits

What Are the Real Benefits of the Digital Workplace?

The excitement about the digital workplace has faded somewhat, but the software and process improvements remain as a ‘nice to have’ or an ‘I’m trying’ approach.…

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Strategic Planning Migration

Strategic Planning and Migration – What?

Strategic planning should be a primary component of migration. To achieve operational value and efficiency, strategic planning documents the business project specific requirements before you start the process.…

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Findability or Usability?

You know, I hate the word findability. I don’t know why, it just rubs me up the wrong way. I was thinking about using a different word. I like usability. There is a big difference between the two words.…

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