Monthly Archives: November 2010

Big Blue Vision for the Future of Information Management, Part II: Notes From the IBM STG Analyst Event 2010 (and Tweets with Analysts from IBM Connect)

Aside from learning more about the impressive storage and server portfolio IBM has assembled in the last few years and its branding and initiatives around optimized solutions, I can sum up most of what I learned at the STG event and what I’ve gleaned from my analyst friends at Connect in one word: ANALYTICS.

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Reflections on ARMA 2010

It appears the timing may be right for Records and Information Management (RIM) professionals to emerge as key players in the battle to tame organizational data and help entities of all sizes realize the benefits of the information they have at their disposal. But it will take more than technology to accomplish the task.

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Big Blue Vision for the Future of Information Management: Notes From the IBM Information on Demand (IOD) Conference 2010

IBM has a vision and a strategy for managing corporate information end-to-end, which they have articulated better than any vendor in the information management (IM) space. Now comes the hard work of integrating, in a meaningful way, all of the IM solution pieces they have developed and acquired for their clients.
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