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.
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….
If we begin with this analogy, that ONE BYTE OF DATA = ONE GRAIN OF RICE. Here is what that volume looks like if we apply it to the larger units of measure for data sets.
There is no Place in an Organization for ROT (ten) Data
Redundant, Obsolete and Trivial (ROT) data is a significant compliance and governance risk, not to mention the financial risks associated with storing this unnecessary data. When something is ROT (ten), we can help you safely get rid of it.
“Conferences can be overwhelming: they’re loud, bright, full of new faces and punctuated by advertisers jostling for your attention. Without a clear plan of action, professionals risk wasting an invaluable opportunity to learn and develop”Charlotte Woffindin, Senior Product Manager, Amazon UK
Many conference goers suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out). They pack their day full of sessions only to find themselves overloaded with information and turning into a conference zombie. Pick your “A” sessions first and then talk to others about which ones they are attending and why?
The arms race of artificial intelligence has started, and many organizations are experiencing a classic case of fear of missing out aka FOMO. In this case, FOMO isn’t just fear of missing an opportunity, but it could mean your business is falling dangerously behind. Now that all attention is on implementing A.I. solutions to drive business and data strategies, the time has come to either get on board or face consequences. This is a guide on how you can overcome the fear of missing A.I.
In a galaxy not so far away, users are avoiding using their ECM. For municipal governments, the reality of under-utilization of ECM is all too real. Users want to work how they work and don’t want to change their process to manage their documents.
IBM invited Shinydocs to join experts and industry leaders in Toronto for the Disruptive Innovation Forum 2017. This event focused on how to tap into the power of data, artificial intelligence and cloud technologies to disrupt your competition and win for the next 20 years and beyond.