Some years ago, during my tenure as an AIIM trainer, I would regularly feature a technology called Sixth Sense in my classroom sessions. Then under development at the celebrated MIT Media Lab, Sixth Sense made it possible to share and interact with information by projecting it onto any surface. The point I would (and still […]
The Push: Facilitating information access is fundamental to improving enterprise business processes, collaboration, and overall company performance. The Pull: Tightening information security is fundamental to enhancing data integrity, personal privacy, and general compliance. The Burning Question: Don’t these two points tend to work against one another? The Answer: Yes!
Just a bit more than two years ago, I calculated the penalty of mishandling medical records from more than 67,000 people to be $2.09 apiece. Then this morning, reports arrived saying Target has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit related to its 2013 data breach for what comes to 25¢ for each of the 40+ […]
Depending upon my mood, I am both concerned and amused by all the noise surrounding the recent spate of White House fence-jumpers. (Robotic dogs? Bullet-proof suits? Great stuff!) But I am also educated by it, for it exposed a troubling lapse in basic physical security that should serve as a lesson for anyone with information […]