Category Archives: information assets

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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How to create a great Digital Personality

In 2008 I was involved in a series of debates about the possible demise of privacy in the digital age. I believe that in 2011 we are now at that point. Some high level indicators might help to explain: Since … Continue reading

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What takes 1500 Lifetimes?

What takes 1500 Lifetimes? In a working world where we can create and save terabytes of data every day, we need a way to decide what data we should keep. The dangers of keeping too much stuff is documented elsewhere, … Continue reading

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