Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why information and data management is like a teenager

In my experience, information management and data management are both, pretty much, misunderstood. End users tend to think of data management as the technology stuff that the guys with the black boxes sort out. They only notice it when it … Continue reading

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Information Assets – What are they?

The National Archives (TNA) has evolved a working definition. “An Information Asset is a body of information, defined and managed as a single unit so that it can be understood, shared, protected and exploited effectively” In other words information assets … Continue reading

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Why information management is important.

I have noticed that business managers generally ignore or misunderstand the term Information Management (IM); and when I talk about IM Strategy their eyes glaze over and the subject is changed. So here is a simple example of where IM will … Continue reading

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