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More on the Value of Information Governance

by Andrew White  |  January 28, 2014

I spied an intriguing email yesterday with the title, "The ROI of Information Governance".   The article was from Information management.  I knew this article would be fun to read...

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Day in the life of a Gartner analyst at Symposium (day 2)

by Andrew White  |  October 8, 2013

5.30am up and about- checking on the wife and kids.  Cleared emails.  Continued to work on a thread with Ted Friedman and Eric Thoo regarding the differences and similarities between...

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Data Stewardship and “Shhh – Master Data Management Doesn’t Really Exist!”

by Andrew White  |  October 3, 2013

Yes, yes, yes!  David Loshin explains quite nicely (Data Steward Role Needs Some shepherding Itself) the need for a formal, business centric role of data steward.  More importantly, his explanation...

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Labor Department's dubious reduction in jobless claims - Data or Process Prolem?

by Andrew White  |  September 13, 2013

Faulty jobless-claims report assailed The short headline, on the first page of the newspaper, started, "Faulty job data..." And so I assumed the report concerned bad quality data.  After reading...

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Smooth Social Interaction With Automated Nagging

by Craig Roth  |  August 21, 2013

In all this talk about aiding social interactions through instant messaging, community posting boards, blogs, and social networking there is one technology that I see missing from the list: a...

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Healthcare News – Master Data Management and the Sunshine Act

by Andrew White  |  August 6, 2013

Over the last few years we have seen a lot of interest from users in exploiting MDM programs to help them meet the regulations of the US federal Sunshine Act. ...

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SharePoint at Catalyst San Diego

by Craig Roth  |  July 18, 2013

Here is my yearly list of Catalyst must-see sessions for SharePoint afficinados. I think this year's Catalyst has a lot to offer for SharePoint teams, including those concerned with mobile...

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Workshop to Create or Refresh Your SharePoint Statement of Governance

by Craig Roth  |  July 15, 2013

About half my SharePoint governance discussions involve a document review of an existing or draft statement of governance. If you're working on creating or refreshing a statement of governance, you...

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The Snowden Snowjob: Supergluing USB ports

by Jack Santos  |  July 2, 2013

While the drama about Edward Snowden continues, it’s interesting to see the effects.  Clearly, this is an inflection point in the perception of security, especially insider risks.   Every CEO’s worst...

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