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Turn Down the Noise: Tips for Managing Information Overload

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In the latest Indiana Jones movie, Cate Blanchett’s character sought the omniscient knowledge of the Crystal Skull with villainous zeal. But when she at last gained access to the unfiltered deluge of information … well, let’s just say it was more than she could process. 

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Comments (1)
"workplace interruptions due to too much information cost U.S. companies $650 billion per yea"

An unbelievable amount of money! Yes, more data can be incredibly helpful because it gives enterprises a more complete picture and more actionable insights, but without a management system in place to properly organize and store this data it all goes to waste.

Posted by Nancy B | Thursday, August 30 2012 at 2:31PM ET
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