Tuemmler, Brian
May 2009
Infonomics (1942-5910);May/Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p47
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need for organizations to create an information management plan that will govern unstructured information stored in shared drives. It notes on the effectiveness of content and record management solutions, however, a large portion of unstructured information are stored outside the managed repositories making it costly for information technology (IT) staff to manage. It suggests the benefits of a management plan that will incorporate goals and the current technologies.


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