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Sep 13 2016   8:46PM GMT

ROT (redundant, outdated, trivial information)

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Data quality

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

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