Tag: information management

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Knowledge & Findability

Not So Open Any More: Elasticsearch Relicensing and Implications for Open Source Search

Elastic’s actions over the years, such as deliberately mixing Apache 2 and Elastic licensed code, have shown it was shifting away from a true open source model.

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Information Management

Take Your Cloud Strategy Into the Future

Organizations that have not already developed a cloud strategy will have to do so this year in order to remain competitive. Here's why.

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Knowledge & Findability

When Personalized Enterprise Search Results Are Hidden in a Black Box

AI has a place in enterprise search. But businesses need to ensure appropriate levels of performance, transparency and evaluation come along with it.

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Digital Workplace

The Future of Work From Home: 5 Trends Shaping the 2021 Workplace

The reality is, the workplace will remain largely virtual in 2021, regardless of business leaders’ long-term plans.

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Information Management

Reworked's Top 10 Information Management Articles of 2020

Artificial intelligence and data management were big parts of the conversation this year. Those topics, among others, continue to shape the dialogue in 2021.

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Information Management

Business Continuity Was a Challenge for CIOs in 2020. Here's How They Did

In March, we talked to CIOs about their business continuity plans. Now, we revisit with those same CIOs to see how it went.

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Information Management

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Bring Dark Data Into the Light

Finding and managing the dark data you don’t know about is a big project, but is worth the effort.

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Information Management

AWS Courts New Audiences as AI Headlines re:Invent 2020

AWS is not only assembling a market-leading AI portfolio, but in doubling-down on business problems, is also becoming much more purposeful with new products.

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Information Management

Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Legacy Systems or Is There Life in Them Yet?

Legacy systems can be like old friends: they may walk a little slower and need to rest more often, but they still have your back when you need them.

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Information Management

Turn These Technology Risks Into Opportunities in 2021

The rapid deployment of technology that the pandemic spurred on created both risks and opportunities. Here's how to deliver on the opportunities.

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Information Management

Rebooting the Future With Quantum Computing

For most businesses, the allure of quantum computing lies in its ability to accurately simulate a variety of industry-specific scenarios.

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Knowledge & Findability

Reading Between the Lines of Enterprise Search

Every search vendor claims to have a unique, easy to install, manage and integrate solution that delivers highly relevant results in seconds.

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Digital Workplace

The Advantages of Putting Content Services Platforms in the Cloud

With content and data management now critical in organizations many are turning to cloud-based content services platforms. Here's why.

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Digital Workplace

Keep Up With Technological Change or Commit to Extinction

Big-picture lessons companies across the board learned over the last five years and during the digital transformation crash course we all got this year.

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Information Management

4 Ways a Chief Privacy Officer Can Help Your Company

Privacy is a growing concern for customers and employees. A chief privacy officer can help a company stay on the right side of the issue.

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Information Management

Beware These Common Digital Transformation Pitfalls

Digital transformation should be broad in scope. It requires a change in the vision held by the organization and a good deal of culture change.

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Digital Workplace

The 6 Basic Needs of the Remote Worker When Doing a Task

If you take care of the needs of remote employees tasks will get done faster, better and with much lower costs.

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Information Management

Now Is the Time to Replace VPN With Zero Trust

Virtual private networks are inadequate for the security needs of the modern connected enterprise. Here's why Zero Trust is in organizations' best interest.

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Information Management

What We've Learned From the Past Decade of Digital Transformation

Above all, the past five years of digital transformation have taught us the importance of agility as businesses struggle to keep pace with change.

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Information Management

CIOs Reimagine the Workplace of the Not-So-Far-Off Future

What needs to change now and what will need to change down the line for the new approach to work which is slowly taking shape?