Few people would debate that we are an information-centric society facing a phenomenal growth of raw data and derived information. It is an opportunity and a threat impacting how we address the current financial crisis, massive changes in health and public safety and new ways we engage as consumers. This has lead to a proliferation of new information management technologies and significant increases in services spend.

Despite advances in technology and all the money we’ve spent, many of us feel like we’re still drowning in data. As a community of information management professionals, perhaps it’s time we put our collective heads together to share our practices in a comprehensive fashion.  That’s the purpose of MIKE2.0.

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