Tag: information management
Looking to Build Resilience? Rethink Your Approach to IT
For companies looking to build on the momentum of the last few months, adopting a process platform approach to IT is an ideal next step.
How Organizations Can Manage the Confusion After US Privacy Shield Fails
Companies are already looking at other mechanisms to transfer data to the U.S. Those that fail to protect data face stiff penalties.
The Role of Augmented Data Management in the Workplace
With data now at the heart of the digital workplace, augmented data management (ADM) is key to understanding digital workplace data. Here’s why.
Enterprise Data Strategies in the Aftermath of the US Privacy Shield Defeat
With the U.S. Privacy Shield now in tatters, organizations need to re-assess how to keep customer data private. Here are the obstacles and some solutions.
Google Cloud Advances Multi-Cloud Vision at Next OnAir 2020
Backed by some important strategic shifts since CEO Thomas Kurian took the helm, a more attentive, nuanced and differentiated Google Cloud is emerging.
Knowledge & Findability
Managing Enterprise Search Security
Just because your enterprise search application indexes all of your organization's information doesn't mean you get to see it all when you carry out a search.
Knowledge & Findability
Why Is Enterprise Search So Difficult?
Frustration and dissatisfaction are common emotions when it comes to enterprise search. Why is that the case?
7 Ways to Make Your Data Scientists Happy
According to a recent research, many data scientists are unhappy and feel under-appreciated. We take a look at why and what can you do to fix it.
Conscious Content Management: Where Business Transformation Begins
1. People’s work patterns are vastly different from each other and 2. They are often settling for organizing systems that don’t make sense for them.
Securing Sensitive Information in the Cloud Comes Down to Access Management
When it comes to data security, most organizations worry about external actors, when what they really should worry about is the threat from within.
Refactor or Rewrite? How to Decide on Software Architecture Modifications
Three major drivers play a key role in any decision to refactor or rewrite software architecture: business drivers, quality attributes and risks.
It’s Time to Organize: How to Inventorize Your Mess of Data
With CCPA enforcement starting on July 1, it's a good time to ask: when was the last time you tried to organize your data?
Banks Turn to Automation to Speed SBA PPP Loan Process
Automation tools have helped speed up the process of manually reviewing loan applications and then classifying, verifying and entering data for final approval.
Good Business Processes Are Key to Resilience During Disruption
Process mapping and oversight needs to be a priority for all businesses today, and preparing teams with tools and resources must come from the top down.
Why Taking on More Strategic Risk Can Be Fuel for Growth
Risk doesn't have to be scary or negative. Instead you should view it as fuel for growth.
A Cost-Cutting Cloud Optimization Strategy for Your Skyrocketing Cloud Bills
A massive amount of cloud accounts are overspending on their infrastructure and services, resulting in an estimated $17.6 billion in wasted cloud spend.
Microsoft Build 2020 Unveils the Evolution of Lists
Microsoft Lists, with a capital L, is an evolution of the lower-case lists that have formed the major data structure for SharePoint for nearly two decades.
How Do You Make Decisions?
How can we, the "risk" managers, help leaders make informed and intelligent decisions that consider all the things that might happen?
The Digital Transformation Time Line Just Sped Up. Now What?
Technology has become the lifeline of the world we live in today. Without it the world would be at a standstill.
Distributed Information Management: The Oxygen of Your Organization
Oxygen is just 21% of the air we breathe. We need to manage information with the same care as we ensure we have enough oxygen.