Topic: information-management

Get your head above the clouds about OneDrive

Get your head above the clouds about OneDrive

In a world where we have multiple devices for each person and mobile working has become customary for many businesses, there is now a need for online storage solutions which allowed us to access our data on any of our devices via the Internet with an offline sync. Basically we want to access our data anytime and anywhere from th

Topics: OneDrive, Information Management

Get an Insight into your Information Estate

Get an Insight into your Information Estate

We are quickly becoming immersed in a data driven world, which is forcing us to rapidly decide on what is the best way to store our information and content assets. We often create content then store it within our Network Shares, which is used as a central repository for an organisations content; but what happens when that content is no longer relevant or useful?

Topics: Information Management

EIM: Tower of Terror

EIM: Tower of Terror

I fondly remember the first time I went on the Tower of Terror ride at Disney, holding on for dear life and screaming at every floor. I wondered recently how many times I would have to go on the ride, before eventually the terror would pass? In my personal life I have felt terror a few times; losing my son on a busy beach in Florida was the worst, and a more common one later in life is that realisation you have lost your mobile phone. I hate that feeling of panic and indecision, of being helpless and not knowing what to do. I’m sure that the feeling of terror wouldn’t pass no matter how many times you lost your phone – instead we change our behaviour and organise ourselves so that it will never happen again.

Topics: Information Management

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