In the physical world, paper clips are an important source of context, as their use suggests that the pieces of paper they clip together are somehow related. But what is their digital equivalent? And what does this mean in terms of identifying how many documents those pieces of paper represent, the relative importance of the […]
A new finding by the Brookings Institution says Artificial Intelligence is coming for white collar jobs. I say, not so much!
ARMA InfoCon 2019 was an eye-opener, thanks in large part to a healthy injection of information governance into the proceedings. (Thanks, no doubt, to the merger of the Information Coalition with ARMA last year.) The detection of risk management as an overt emerging theme also set it apart from ARMA Conferences of recent vintage, which […]
Our very own Kevin Parker has written another stellar piece on the importance of information architecture to information governance. You can read it in ARMA’s Information Management Magazine – and if you want to learn more, register for Kevin’s ARMA iMasters Webinar on February 27. He IS a busy boy!