For a long time we've felt it’s a bad approach to segregate many of the practice areas of data and process and shuffle people off to different meetings and conferences that way. You know its true when the folks at the data and process shows are saying pretty much the same things. Sure, endeavors like security and master data call for close and undivided attention most of the time, but not to the extent that we can’t create and apply common policies and practices to multiple domains and the capital “E” enterprise.
There is too much overlap in what information managers do to ignore this opportunity, even though we usually and still look at enterprise information management (EIM) as a series of related undertakings and not a mature or unified whole in most organizations.
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