Enterprise information management is an overarching term and strategy to describe related or aligned disciplines and processes for gathering, managing, disseminating, leveraging and disposing of all types of information assets within an organization.


Information Management NewsOrganizations’ efforts to go digital — and drive growth through digitization — are picking up steam. But many have more work to do before they can scale their efforts and see material impact.
Summer is in full swing, and if you’re looking for a good book to read, the Society for Information Management Regional Leadership Forum 2014 Book List is a great place to start. Participants in the leadership forum will read all 25 books on the list, but Cliff Higbee, facilitator for the Society for Information Management, narrowed the list down to 10 he recommends every leader should read this year.
BlogI’ve now come to think of OpenText as offering a broad and deep portfolio of Information Management suites of particular value to highly-regulated industries
Information Management's DM RadioThe hottest action in the fast-moving world of information management these days is likely in the foundry, where development operations meets business. That's largely because there are new ways of getting things done, especially with forces like massive parallel processing, platform-as-a-service and all that big data to leverage. This episode of DM Radio is sponsored by Pivotal
BlogMicrosoft is trying to enable itself, its users, and its channels to extend and expand what everyone’s business is and does
ArticleIn data-driven companies, CIOs — and new chief data officers — should think big and help accelerate bold changes throughout the enterprise
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FeatureWell-rounded data scientists do exist, and they are indispensable
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Management consultancy McKinsey & Co. surveyed business executives from across functions to find out their attitudes about IT. One question asked what initiatives would be most important to improving IT performance. More than 738 executives responded, and the results were published in late March. McKinsey’s takeaway: “Surprisingly, more IT executives than business leaders see changing IT leadership as a priority to improve IT performance.” Here are McKinsey’s top nine initiatives to improve IT performance based on the results.
TrendsIT convergence and role of information within digital business environment are crucial in order to prevent ill-judged projects and missed opportunities, says Ovum executive
Information Management NewsCulturally, IT leadership must open people's minds to be creative about the uses of data
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New Product NewsHP, MemSQL, Splunk, Others Announce New or Updated Products
Management consultancy McKinsey & Co. surveyed business executives from across functions about their companies’ top IT priorities. More than 800 executives responded. The results were published in late March. McKinsey’s takeaway: “Organizations are using IT to improve business effectiveness and efficiency, not just manage cost.” The following are McKinsey’s top eight IT priorities.
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