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IG and Infonomic$ Summit – April 23rd

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The path to leveraging information value: From IG to Infonomics. Is data the new oil? Join us and key C-level executives to understand how to navigate the journey to harvesting newfound information value. You’ll learn the principles and formulas for monetizing information from Doug Laney’s groundbreaking book, Infonomics. Click to view the Agenda We’ll have […]

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IG and Infonomic$ Summit Boston April 23rd 2020

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The path to leveraging information value: From IG to Infonomics. Is data the new oil? Join us and key C-level executives to understand how to navigate the journey to harvesting newfound information value. You’ll learn the principles and formulas for monetizing information from Doug Laney’s groundbreaking book, Infonomics. We’ll have insightful presentations and panel discussions, […]

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A Content Journey Every Enterprise Should be Thinking About

By Scott Burt | 0 Comments

  In today’s business environment, businesses are increasingly affected by external forces: privacy regulations, like the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) are bringing data privacy and protection issues to the fore; the continued explosion of content stresses IT capacities; an evolving workplace and workforce forces new management thinking; and the changing IT landscape requires new […]

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IG and Infonomic$ Summit SFO Jan 30th 2020

By Baird Brueseke | 0 Comments

The path to leveraging information value: From IG to Infonomics. Is data the new oil? Join us and key C-level executives to understand how to navigate the journey to harvesting newfound information value. You’ll learn the principles and formulas for monetizing information from Doug Laney’s groundbreaking book, Infonomics. We’ll have insightful presentations and panel discussions, […]

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Facebook Exposed 6.8 Million Users’ Photos to Cap Off a Terrible 2018

By Staff Wired | 0 Comments

Friday morning, Facebook disclosed the latest in an ongoing series of privacy and security lapses that have come to define the company in 2018. For nearly two weeks in September, a bug let third-party developers view the photos of up to 6.8 million Facebook users, whether they’d shared them or not. Facebook will eventually alert […]

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6 simple steps for improved information security and compliance

By Dennis Chepurnov | 0 Comments

Information security is often perceived as a highly technical and often futile pursuit. We can thank the entertainment industry for this – evil hackers who can break through any cyberdefenses certainly make for an exciting storyline. Sure, the risk to your information is very real. However, in real life, smart information management does not have […]

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Are Digital Technologies Making Politics Impossible?

By Robert Smallwood | 0 Comments

Robert F. Smallwood MBA, CIP, IGP Publisher of IG World Magazine; and Managing Director at Institute for IG Digital technologies are radically transforming business and government, and the lives of everyday consumers. We live in a new era where the world’s largest taxi company (Uber), owns no vehicles; the world’s most popular media owner (Facebook), […]

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Laney’s “Infonomics” Book Makes the Case for Treating Information as an Asset

By Robert Smallwood | 0 Comments

With this book, Mr. Laney may have done Wall Street a trillion dollar favor! That may be how much hidden value there is which lies is in the information assets of digitally-driven public companies – but is not reflected on their Balance Sheets. He makes the case for monetizing and leveraging information assets so clearly, […]

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New InfoGov in Healthcare Book Addresses High Rate of Medical Mistakes Killing Americans

By Robert Smallwood | 0 Comments

It could very well be that bad information is killing Americans at record rates. Medical mistakes kill over 250,000 people each year in the U.S. It is the third leading cause of death overall, behind heart disease and cancer, according to a study by doctors at Johns Hopkins.[i] These numbers are certainly low, since they […]

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