How information sharing between government agencies will help missing children

I was delighted to see yesterday’s joint announcement by Queensland’s Premier and the Minister for Child Safety. Amidst a number of important […]

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Grasping the power of information and data – extinguishing fires and saving lives

Slipping into a breathable, bright orange jumpsuit and feeling like a character out of the TV series ‘Orange is the […]

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Why invest in information governance?

May is Information Awareness Month, with the aim to increase awareness of the importance of information and how managing information assets […]

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Through the Information Lens

Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at QUT as part of their Information Management Masters course. I was […]

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3 reasons you are not getting value from your content

Across multiple business improvement projects, I regularly come across executives who see little value in the type of information we […]

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Off the record…

Change management can be seen as a standalone activity in electronic document and records management systems (eDRMS) implementations, however it […]

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Should open data matter?

Does open data matter? Yes, it sure does. Open data is a way to harness the power of data and […]

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Open Data Part II – Privacy the moving target

In common with most people working in the field of open data – particularly now as I launch into my […]

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Information by design or serendipity?

Albert Einstein has been credited with saying “not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can […]

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Why privacy is a headache.

Does the whole privacy ‘thing’ feel like you’re wading through glue, with every step slow and difficult? You know what? […]

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Privacy in the garden shed: lessons from a Melbourne medical centre

The privacy of almost 1000 patients was compromised recently when medical records were discovered in a backyard garden shed in […]

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I like cloud and my toast!

I like cloud …….. and toast. At home I am able to plug my toaster into the wall, pop in […]

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The Information Journey

The principle of “managing information as an asset” must be clearly understood and defined in the business context; otherwise, it […]

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Surveillance

So what is my information worth?

Infonomics – I’m often asked ‘so this information thing, how do you place a value on it’? Businesses today are increasingly ‘information […]

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Information value chain in the public sector

The complex nature of the modern public sector means that receiving, processing and storing vast amounts of information is no […]

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The Enterprise View of Your Information

What is the value of your organisation? Do you place a value only on fixed tangible assets? It has been […]

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The Game Changer

The Game Changer: Leveraging Enterprise Information Management for Improved Performance Enterprise Information Management (EIM) programs have not lived up to their […]

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Mining for Information

Enabling leadership in global mining through timely and accurate information. We argue that the key drivers for information and knowledge […]

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