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Discovery, Risk, and Insight in a Metadata-Driven World

Risky Business and Shoddy Practices – Yes, I’m Talking to You

Gartner reports that 85 percent of information in a company is unstructured – IBM estimates 80 percent – and that an organization’s information doubles every 18 months.…

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Metadata - Concept Searching

The Search for Data Truth

In a survey conducted by Accenture, 79 percent of executives agree that organizations are basing their most critical systems and strategies on data, yet many have not invested in the capabilities to verify the truth within the data.…

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Compliance

Successful Integration and Compliance for Mergers and Acquisitions

If you have gone through a merger or acquisition, you know how hard it is to integrate very different environments. Part of the problem is time.

Often, not enough time has been allocated to determine the most efficient methods to get processes right first time, to eliminate the need to go back and fix both old and new challenges.…

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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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Overturning 30 Years of Legacy Processes and Mindset. “That’s the way we’ve always done it’.

I’m all for change. I see organizations who are stuck in the past and activities and processes are based on ‘well that’s the way we’ve always done it.’ And forget suggesting changes, as that won’t fly either, and you hear ‘no, it won’t work that way because…’

According to Ojas Rege, vice president of strategy at MobileIron, in an article wrote, “Indeed, 2016 will be a challenging year for IT as mobile and cloud force CIOs to adopt a more agile model of information security, policy design, technology evaluation, and lifecycle management, This new approach overturns 30 years of legacy process and mindset but it can no longer be avoided.

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Auto-classification and Taxonomies – Think Before You Jump

The word taxonomies reminds me of childhood and going to the local library to select books, which is so long ago I don’t even know why I remember it, or make the association. Now, taxonomies constitute much of my work life.…

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Information Whatever – Just do it

Information Governance. Still quite the buzzword in technical circles. I can’t seem to escape articles that are high level and essentially worthless to an organization thinking about Information Governance.…

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Content Management or Information Governance – Just Another Misnomer

Information Governance is great – but you just don’t ‘do it’. I have read and continue to read articles discussing Information Governance, specifically in the legal field, but applicable to all industries.…

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And Yet More Mumbo Jumbo about Information Governance

Ok, I haven’t even read the article yet. The description in the email I received tells me that I can learn from experts on how to tackle Information Governance – the new ‘must have’ to succeed.…

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The effective taxonomy versus redaction? This is a question?

Don’t ask me why, but my reading wanderings took me to the subject of redaction. I’m not going to knock it. I understand, from my very brief readings, that it is an extremely valuable tool in many organizations.…

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