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My Data Management Principles

If you lay a strong foundation for data management that is based on good, reliable rules, which are managed and governed, you will do well in providing good information to assist decision making. 444 more words

Data Governance

Manage, Not Just Digitize, Your Records...

“We will be digitising our Records” is a popular headline around the Caribbean in recent days. No doubt this is marvellous news.  It is always thrilling to hear initiatives that will incorporate modern technology in the workflow of organisations.   667 more words

University Of The West Indies

Can Text Analytics coexist with Information Governance?

The Text Analytics/ Predictive Analytics World conferences this month were eye opening.  I felt that I was standing on the edge of an abyss and trying hard to both look down but not fall in.  384 more words

Enterprise Content Management

A Tree or a Forest – What do you need?

Last month having written about Taxonomies, I thought I would spend time understanding Ontologies as the word popped up a lot associated with Taxonomies.

The challenge became how to explain the use of a word “Ontology” that is mostly used in academic and data scientist circles. 452 more words

Data Governance

Cloud Control: How to securely manage SaaS

Today’s Post by: Jon Fan, Director, Enterprise PM, Box

Security remains one of the biggest concerns for enterprises as they adopt cloud services. The risk of a breach is everywhere for large enterprises, whether they store their data on premises or in the cloud. 663 more words

Enterprise Content Management

Information Governance Must Change

Information governance (IG) is all the rules, regulations, legislation, standards, and policies with which organizations need to comply when they create, share, and use information. Governance is mandated internally and externally. 249 more words


So you thought Storage was cheap?

The Top 3 Reasons Why Storage is not Cheap

Today’s Post by: Amir Jaibaji, Accelerated Value Leader, IBM Analytics

Unstructured data is growing rapidly and legacy storage has a hard time keeping up for a number of reasons. 689 more words

Enterprise Content Management