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Last week on DM Radio we had a great time talking about collaboration and the huge “SharePoint Effect,” that has arisen from Microsoft’s millions of workspace and document sharing users.

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Comments (6)
You have a great way with words. I love the idea of a metator...an idea that should have happened years ago -- that would move data management to a professional level as some in DAMA have been proposing for a long time.
Posted by Mary Jo N | Tuesday, October 06 2009 at 2:22PM ET
Isn't 'metator' a guy who dodges the bull? We could probably all use a person like that in our enterprises...

Seriously though, I think Mary has the right idea: finally, data will begin to be treated like water and the pipes, hoses, taps, valves and guages (i.e the 'technology' of information) like the enabling infrastrucure it is. Not more or less important - just equal.

Posted by John O | Tuesday, October 06 2009 at 3:36PM ET
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