I’ve just come out of a series of discussions on the issue of records preservation, and one of my take-aways is how similar at least one current approach to the issue is to what we nominally call “search.” And the more I think about it, the more I wonder whether search is on its way […]
If there’s one thing we know about doing information right – which is to say, improving the care and feeding of your critical business information – it’s that it’s really hard to know where to begin. Should we scan the boxes full of paper that’s cluttering our hallways? Should we comb through our shared drives […]
Sorry, kids, but there just aren’t any more short-cuts to good information governance than there are in serious mountaineering. The best I can tell you is to leverage the same sort of disciplined project management skills in infogov as you would in any other initiative you engage in.
Seems like not an hour goes by that I don’t see a headline about the soaring value of bitcoin – followed near-immediately by another that warns of the imminent bursting of the bitcoin bubble. Since I’m not a bitcoin owner, my interest in these goings-on is more academic than practical. But I am invested (intellectually, […]