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key Information management and technology Issues 2008-11

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key issues that might affect enterprises information management and technology functions over the next 3 years.

key issues that might affect enterprises information management and technology functions over the next 3 years.

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  • 1. Prepared by David Coxon September 2008 information management and technology issues 2008-11
  • 2. the influences
  • 3.  
  • 4. the challenges
  • 5. Data Management
    • volume of data
    • file and print v’s repository
    • structured v’s unstructured
    • collaborative working and versioning
    • duplication / archiving
    • legacy data
    • freedom of information act
    • data protection
  • 6. Security
    • data loss
    • spam, denial of service
    • viruses, maleware and trojans
    • cyber crime, disruptive technologies
    • internal v’s external threats
    • legislation
    • security & vulnerability auditing
    • policy / monitoring
    • training / awareness
  • 7. DR & Business Continuity
    • backup v’s archive
    • disk v’s tape
    • online v’s near online
    • virtualisation
    • persistent reliable storage
    • robustness
    • redundancy
    • planning
    • prioritisation
  • 8. Communications
    • end of analogue
    • intro of 21 st century networks
    • spread of comms channels
    • intro of hidden comms channels
    • reduced channel lifecycles
    • unified communications
    • legacy technologies
  • 9. The Internet
    • rapid rate of change
    • changing business models
    • changing social patterns
    • collaborative technologies
    • software as a service / software & services
    • move to ip6
    • information overload
  • 10. Changing Technology
    • data centre v’s cloud computing v’s desktop
    • virtualisation
    • open source v’s licensed software
    • increased complexity / redundancy
    • shortened lifecycle
    • increased specialism
  • 11. Green IT
    • increased legislation
    • increase social consciences
    • increasing energy costs
    • increased disposal costs
    • increase risk
  • 12. the opportunities
  • 13.
    • collaborative technologies
    • intelligent devices
    • mesh computing
    • integrated communications
    • converged networks
    • open source code
    The Opportunities
  • 14. the way forward
  • 15.
    • planning
    • standards
    • contingency
    • agility
    • communications
    • training
    The Way Forward
  • 16. created by www.davidcoxon.com davidcoxon24 Davecoxon

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