Information Management Research

The NextGen InfoPro: Part Three

Steps You Can Take to Gain the Skills you Need for the New Information Landscape In the first two blogs in this series on the NextGen InfoPro, we identified what organisations will expect of their information professionals over the next three to five years, and how those in the information […]


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NextGen InfoPro, Part Two

The skills today’s information professionals have vs. The skills tomorrow’s organisations want In our last blog we looked at the expectations organisations are increasingly going to have of the new breed of information professional, what people are referring to as the NextGen InfoPro. We now turn our attention towards those […]


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The NextGen InfoPro, Part One

What will organisations expect of their information professionals over the next three to five years? The information management landscape is changing at a phenomenal rate. This places new demands on how we manage our information, from social media and the Cloud to the challenges posed by Bring-Your-Own-Devices (BYOD). Reactive information […]


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Are your data analysts extracting value from your information?

Do you make the most of your data analysts? In the age of Big Data, the way we think and talk about information has changed. Where once the key concern was information risk, the discussion has now evolved to embrace the idea that businesses should extract value from their information. […]


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Trends in information management: the first PwC and Iron Mountain Information Value Index

PwC and Iron Mountain have worked in partnership for four years to deliver cross-sector, multi-market research on the growing importance of information management and governance. Our three earlier studies focused initially on the European mid-market (250-2,500 employees) and more recently on European and North American enterprise –level organisations (over 2,500 […]


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