Information is growing at light speed and the technologies that are required to manage it need to be able to work at the same pace. Not only will they need to be able to identify and manage the already massive amount of existing data, including decades old legacy storage, they will need to be able to manage the influx of new data as it is created.
The solution is Artificial Intelligence, and here's why.
Over the past decade, computer power has increased exponentially. With the meteoric rise of powerful tools like Artificial Intelligence, the gaps between human and computer have narrowed quite significantly.
Most of the true costs of data management, depending on an organization's data footprint, remain hidden or buried in other IT budgets without making the connection to data management.
Most organizations tend to take an application centric approach to their ECM (Enterprise Content Management) strategy and investment. Having been involved in many ECM and data migration projects, our industry experts suggest that by making an ECM project information centric you can reduce the complexity and the cost. View the Experts Bios
Buy-in for any type of program or solution in an enterprise organization is challenging and needs to start at the executive level. All kinds of business solutions are constantly being pitched to these high level decision makers in order to gain their attention. Information governance is one of those solutions.
Digital Transformation as a business term has been overused and abused to the point where we should stop saying it.
It has joined the ranks of some of the other annoying and overused terms like giving 110%, putting lipstick on a pig, and synergy...just to name a few. Pick your favorite.
Industry specific associations are one of the best forms of targeted networking that there is.
Surrounding yourself with people that share the same challenges, speak the same industry vernacular, and have the same directives, creates a sense of community.
The Bright Side of Automation: Machines can help humans sleep better at night.
Automation is everywhere in our personal lives. From a Roomba 960 vacuuming the house while you are out, the Polaris P955 cleaning the pool, and your Oster automatic coffee machine(I can’t afford a Cuisinart) patiently waiting to brew your morning coffee. Take it a step further with a Google Nest Hub, practically everything in the house is at your fingertips or the tip of your tongue with voice commands.
What is Metadata? It is data that provides information about other data. It summarizes basic information about data, making finding & working with particular instances of data easier.
Where is it? It can be internal, within the contents of the file. Or, it can be external, residing in a database, catalogue, library or an index associated with the file.
How is it created? It some instances, it can be created manually, but most metadata is created automatically by the applications used to create the file.
What is it good for? Now here is where it gets interesting….