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.


CommentaryThreats to the security and privacy of patient data in the U.S. healthcare system are increasing, healthcare organizations continue to struggle with the increasingly complex federal and state privacy and security regulations, and many, if not most, providers have experienced a data breach.
FeatureA Chief Data Office generally breaks new ground but is also fraught with several risks. When establishing a Chief Data Office, give specific consideration to these five areas
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SurveyRecognition of IT’s strategic importance is growing, but so is dissatisfaction with its effectiveness, according to McKinsey's eighth annual survey on business and technology strategy
Information Management NewsIf banks are serious about outsmarting thieves, fraudsters and hackers then they need to be more open to sharing information between departments and with rival banks and nonbank partners, industry practitioners say.
New Product NewsContinuuity, Guavus, IBM, Looker, Others Announce New Products
TrendsA new breed of CFO is putting greater emphasis on taking a forward-looking approach to the rest of the business, and driving growth through sharper insights from data, which increasingly are provided on a near real-time basis, according to analysis from Accenture and Oracle. In their report, “Empowering Modern Finance: The CFO as Technology Evangelist,” the firms made this assessment based on a survey of 1,275 respondents — 975 senior finance and 300 non-finance executives…
CommentaryA look at data ownership and who is really in control of business information - the CEO or CIO
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CommentaryThe data deluge presents many challenges, from the purely technical to process- and change-management issues to outright cultural and sociological impacts
Information Management NewsAccording to survey results published last week during HIMSS14, inconsistent data backup and archiving practices at hospitals are “putting data and organizations at risk and unnecessarily straining IT storage budgets.”
CommentaryThere are three general categories of resources that managers control: capital resources, human resources and information resources. Which asset is most important?
TrendsAbout 10 percent of new IT purchases in the U.S. start with the business but shift to the CIO, finds Forrester Research
BlogIt is very important to make information available to the business and customers, but technology to do so may be an inhibitor
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