Monthly Archives: June 2010

How humans want to find their answers

Having taken the time to get a handle on your enterprise information by roughly dividing it into the four layers I described in my last post, I’d like to give you an idea for a “quick win”. Humans don’t differentiate … Continue reading

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Climbing to the information summit in four easy steps

As I described in my last post, the quantity of information being generated globally and within each of our organisations is absolutely overwhelming.  All good managers facing a large problem start by trying to break the task down into manageable … Continue reading

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To Pluto and Back

Richard Wray, writing some time ago in The Guardian, pointed out that the volume of data held is now estimated at 487 billion GB.  To put this in perspective he explained that in printed form this would form a pile … Continue reading

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