Category Archives: Information Management

KMWorld 2011 Conference Notes

I was fortunate enough to attend KMWorld2011 in Washington D.C. this. The line up of speakers was impressive and from all over the world. Here is a brief summary of my take-aways from the conference. 1. The same challenges are … Continue reading

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Enterprise 2.0 and Compliance Environments – Are they mutually exclusive?

If you’ve been following my twitter stream @IM4WARD you will know that I’ve been following the Enterprise2.0 Conference in Boston very closely.  A good summary of the sessions is provided by Bill Ives and by Cecil Dijoux among many others … Continue reading

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Information Architecture in an Multi-Cultural World

In a my March 5 Post on Search and Information Architecture I discussed the issue of culture on designing websites and information architecture.  Over the last few months I’ve been researching this topic more and had an opportunity to interact … Continue reading

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Search and Information Architecture

A colleague sent me a link to a very good on-line lecture by Peter Morville that was sponsored by Library and Archives Canada.  Peter has written a number of books about search patterns and information architecture;  all very good reading … Continue reading

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A New Service Model For Records Management

I was at an ARMA lecture series this week in which the topic of discussion was the lifecycle management of records – was it truly a lifecycle or is it more of a continuum and how do you present that … Continue reading

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Information Architecture: The Semantics of Managing Information

It has been a while since my last post because I’ve been researching Information Architecture.  I knew that information architecture is, or should be, the lynch pin for application and network architecture.  However I’ve been running up against the bias … Continue reading

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Application Layer

Most end users equate information management with the tools they are using.  They create information through these tools, they save this information to a place on a network or hard drive and they can search for this information using tools.  … Continue reading

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