Policies First – Holism in Information Governance


If it doesn’t work manually, automating won’t do diddly for you; policy comes before procedure. Somebody asked if auto-classification and retention / disposition processing had been tested in court. I’ve not been directly involved with any cases, but… Read More

Governance Sucks but Doesn’t Have To


Governance is the Super Ego to the Id of collaboration. If you’re an information consumer or producer, governance sucks. Think about it; all you really want to do is get the info you need or pass stuff on… Read More

Cloudy with a Chance of Success


This was originally posted on the AIIM Community on November 18, 2011. This post was inspired by this article on CMSWire by @billycripe and by the Cloud themed tweet jam hosted by CMSWire on November 17, 2011. As… Read More

It’s Really About Communication


Whether tangible or not, all communication has an intended outcome. The purpose of information is to inform and communicate. We want to communicate our achievements (financial results), our desires (purchase orders), our directives (policies), and our knowledge (whitepapers… Read More