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    Information Management: Some Assembly Required

    Information management trends have been swinging back and forth for years.  Currently, we see trends pushing the industry to specialized cloud solutions that focus on solving specific problems. A broader look shows organizations stringing together many applications in order to create a complete business solution.

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    Seismic Shifts Underway for Information Management

    At the heart of information management lies a tension.  Information management traditionally focuses on managing the lifecycle of information, in a cradle to grave process. It asks us to treat information as a valuable asset that deserves careful management.

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    Stop Settling for IT Mediocrity - & Manage Beyond 'Meh'

    To keep up with the speed of business, IT departments need to stop thinking about pinching pennies and using automation and outsourcing to make things cheaper and easier. What many don’t realize is that these practices are stressing organizational infrastructure and making operations mediocre at best.

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    Information Management Isn't the Problem

    A lot of ink has been spilled (and I’ve spilled my fair share) trying to educate the wider world about how to get information management right — or at least have a better chance of doing so. And by and large, there's nothing wrong with these efforts.

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    Eyes Wide Open: Grappling With the Content Slow Jam

    The creation of content has always been easy, maybe too easy. But whether we're talking about paper or digital content, what has been missing is the ability to interpret the flow of information on the page as only the human eye can.

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