when relevant content is
added and updated.
ROT (redundant, obsolete or trivial) is digital documentation that an organization continues to retain even though the information that is documented has no business or legal value. Continued…
Quote of the Day
“ROT is created very simply by hoarding information. It’s information that organizations hang onto with the mindset of keeping it ‘just in case.’” – Pamela Doyle
Big data doesn’t mean big intelligence … unless you work at it
For BI, big data can be a vital part of the range of data sources that each business department uses. However, the aim should be to make users smarter in their daily activities.
Too much business information? It’s not a new problem
The business information “explosion” has brought the problem into sharper relief, but there has long been too much data. Sorting through it is the real issue.
Content analytics becomes an enterprise must-have
As companies increasingly use content for an array of operations, they are recognizing that content analytics is central to improved operations.
How much data is too much for cloud gateways?
Enterprises with up to 50 TB of data may find public cloud storage attractive given the local storage limits of the current cloud gateways, says Gartner analyst.
Better data quality process begins with business processes, not tools
Efforts to improve the data quality process should start with an assessment of data problems and procedural changes to help avoid them, then the possible addition of data quality tools.