Tag Archives: information management

Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

The past few months have been a time of "big vision" in the search business. Google and Microsoft shared announcements about their respective visions for enterprise search, and Elastic made an IPO offering that received a strong commitment from the investment community.

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Privacy is Your Organization’s Most Valuable Resource, You Should Treat It as Such

Privacy is Your Organization’s Most Valuable Resource, You Should Treat It as Such

Many of the recent data breaches that have affected high-profile companies have presented consumers, organizations and privacy professionals with the same question: Is data truly the new money? Some companies say it is, and they are beginning to accept personal information in lieu of money.

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Why Process Improvement is Key to Your Organization’s Success

Why Process Improvement is Key to Your Organization’s Success

“Processes underpin business capabilities, and capabilities underpin strategy execution,” says digital leadership specialist Pearl Zhu in her book “Digital Capability: Building Lego Like Capability Into Business Competency.” In today’s fast-paced world, innovation and growth are key to business success for startups and maturing companies alike.

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Looking to the Future of Information at InfoGovCon

Looking to the Future of Information at InfoGovCon

The 2018 Information Governance Conference (InfoGovCon) brought together some of the best minds across the information industry to collaborate on how to be better at what we do. I’ve been attending this conference since its inception and have come to have high expectations. This year did not disappoint.

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