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News Roundup: What the US can Learn from Britain's Fall; Bernanke’s failed re-mortgage; and information asymmetry wins Nobel

by Andrew White  |  October 14, 2014

America, Britain and the period of Empire Gideon Rachman, of the Financial Times, offers up a salutary “Comment” in today's US print edition regarding the eerily similar situation the US...

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“A Day in the Life of an Analyst” at Gartner’s IT/Expo Symposium – Day 2

by Andrew White  |  October 8, 2014

What a day.  Fast paced, exciting, non stop. 5.30am woke and called home to get everyone up.  Checked email. 7.10am breakfasted with Bill Swanton who, I didn't know until today,...

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Hot Topics from the Field – 3 Days on the Road and this is what is moving and shaking in Information Management

by Andrew White  |  September 12, 2014

I just spent the good fortune of spending a couple days in Western Canada.  I met with numerous end-users spanning several industries included public sector (several different departments), mining, retail,...

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IBM’s Big Data and Analytics Analyst Summit, NY, Day 1

by Andrew White  |  June 11, 2014

Well that was a fun-filled day!  I made copious notes and here are a few highlights, on various topics, in no particular order of value or priority.  Note the day...

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When Information Governance and Stewardship Efforts Differ…do they?

by Andrew White  |  April 25, 2014

I was talking with a bank the other day and we agreed on something that, to me at least, was an interesting “ah ha” moment that happened to play into...

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CEO and CFO's take note: value your most important information assets with Bitcoin

by Andrew White  |  March 26, 2014

An article in today's US print edition of the Wall Street Journal, titled, "Bitcoin Investors face The Real IRS", reports how the IRS will treat Bitcoin and other virtual currencies...

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Big Data Will Lead to Big False Positives – Lest You Take Account of Trust (or lack thereof)

by Andrew White  |  January 10, 2014

I was reading 'The signal and the noise' (Nate Silver, 2012) over the holidays and didn't really grasp the importance of a note I recently published called, ‘Big data governance...

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How does Storing History help with Information Governance?

by Andrew White  |  December 13, 2013

This question does not come up that often – and we have not, therefore, written much on it.  However it did come up today.  It is in fact a good...

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When Open Data is only as Open as I want it to be (not what you want or mean)

by Andrew White  |  November 8, 2013

On Tuesday I blogged on the pending passing of the Data Act that should, if it works as expected, bring some transparency on where our US Federal governance spends our...

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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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