Four Steps to Diagnosing Your Content Services Challenges

By |November 26th, 2018|

Are you charged with managing a variety of aging enterprise business systems for your organization? Content lives across all of these on-premises systems and is often duplicated or redundant across silos. You likely:

Access, monitor and govern an ever-growing mountain of business content on systems that fall short on user experience, responsiveness and connectivity
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The Impact of Collaboration on Your Organization

By |June 30th, 2017|

Core. Collaborate. Delegate. (Part 2 of 3)

By Elizabeth Albee

Is Your Core Competency Contributing to Your Organization’s Success?

Enterprise data strategy is the underpinning for a framework of capabilities that, when executed together, can not only maximize but actually increase the value of information within a company, by making sure it is aligned to support corporate strategic […]

Modernization – Is your legacy foundation crumbling?

By |April 3rd, 2017|

As the latest enterprise initiatives strive for improved user experience, cohesive mobile interactions, virtual assistants and advanced automation, most large enterprise organizations today are forced to paint a thin shiny coat of veneer over underlying legacy systems in an effort to keep pace.  The effort and expense of addressing the age and girth of […]

9 Evaluation Points to Assess Your Information Strength

By |September 26th, 2016|

Information Strength is a state of advantage achieved through, both strategic and tactical implementation of archiving best-practices, security protocols and governance policies that protect the value of your enterprise content and uphold the power and promise of information governance.  But why is it important?  It provides feedback to drive an understanding of your information […]

How to Build a Great Information Governance Program

By |September 23rd, 2016|

At Viewpointe, we like to advise our customers to build their information governance (IG) program on small successes. Our approach to information governance is consultative in nature so I invest in detailed discussion with both prospective customers and existing clients about the maturity and ongoing improvement of their IG programs.  There are a few […]

Future Proofing for the Check-pocalypse

By |September 8th, 2016|

I recently read yet another article predicting the end of the check. As a twist on this recurring topic, the author was trying to accurately calculate when the last check will process. The recurring and entertaining press coverage of the “check-pocalypse” is encouraged by our casual observation of individual consumer transactions. During a recent […]

ILTA 2016 Information Governance Survey

By |March 22nd, 2016|

Information governance is BIG.

And, not just in the sense of “big data” – it’s a big concept.  It’s such a broad concept, that it means many things to many people depending on the nature of the organization, the organization’s main business drivers, and a person’s role within the organization.

While “big” may be a simple […]

Trust in a Cyber World

By |January 20th, 2016|

The word “trust” is thrown around a lot in business. We trust our colleagues; we have partnerships built on mutual trust; vendors ask you to trust their products; and, you entrust critical business information to cloud service providers (CSPs).

So how do you decide who to trust? Well, the answer to that question is not […]

Change Management Part 2: The Human Element of Success

By |October 13th, 2015|

In my previous post on change management, I discussed the eight steps of a change management plan and the importance of a comprehensive communication plan at each stage of the project to keep change momentum rolling. Today, I want to spotlight people – the fulcrum to successful change management.

While people are adaptable, adaptation to […]

Operation: Information Strength

By |October 5th, 2015|

Only close family, friends and colleagues know of my military service in the Army as an intelligence analyst. A proud veteran of the United States, my years of service taught me discipline, team work, patience, linguistics as well as many other skills that I use every day. (See, I’m not just the Zombie guy!) […]