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September IIM Seminar: 'Information Economics - Understanding and getting value from your unstructured data'

Thursday, 25 Sep 2014

Significant customer insights and costs are hidden in large volumes of unstructured and semi-structured content. But what is the economics of leveraging the 80% of an organisation's information that is unstructured?

The challenges are common whether the context is social media, instant messaging, documents, emails, video, images, engineering drawings, call logs, complex contracts, insurance or loan related information.  This session will identify the opportunities for avoiding cost and risk to improve the ROI from investments in cloud, big data, and analytics and also demonstrates how to gain valuable insight into previously inaccessible information in your existing systems of record and the information stored| in systems of enablement. Systems of enablement are defined as File Shares, email, and SharePoint like collaborative systems that support the business completing ad-hoc work outside the existing legacy systems of record.

Highlighting real customer case studies from different industries, we'll explore how your organisation can access and manage this information and use it to obtain new insights and achieve better economic outcomes.

Reference Materials:

Information Lifecycle Governance Leader Reference Guide
Legacy Data Cleanup - An Overview


Presenter:
Paul Van Den Berg - IBM Content, Case & Governance
Date:
Tuesday 30 September, 2014
Time:
4:45pm for a 5:00pm start
Venue:
Coopers Inn Hotel, Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Cost:
ACS Members - $15.00
IIM Members - $10.00
Non Members - $25.00

For more information and to register, click here.