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If you’re like me, you’ve dreamed of wielding a lightsaber and using The Force since you were a kid. The desire to pilot the Millennium Falcon may have begun to subside in high school, but even today you would probably join the Rebel Alliance if approached. And, if you’re like me, you’re pretty excited due to the recent confirmation of a release date for the new movie...
As a kid, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the water. My mom used to drop me off at swim lessons, and I would “hide” under the water from my swim instructor for as long as I could, but, as it turns out, I unfortunately can’t hold my breath for very long.
My daily role as an Account Manager keeps me on my toes. I get to talk with so many different people at the various companies I am responsible for. Whether I’m conversing with IT people about infrastructural changes, folks in Legal about navigating the EDRM, Records Managers about lifecycle management, or compliance professionals about keeping their company in good standing in regulatory manners, I see...
I’ve been to a lot of industry events. And in evaluating conferences, there are a number of things that I look for when deciding whether or not I would attend again. When budgets are tight, there are a handful of key factors that reign supreme...
Unstructured data is becoming a very structured part of enterprise strategy. The content generated for humans by humans is the lifeblood of daily business, communicating everything from the information finalized in spreadsheets and reports, all the way to the chatter and mood entailed in IMs and email.
As this data grows in volume, it also grows in importance. The need to effectively manage it is not only an immediate requirement, but also a critical component of deriving future value from data.
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