Friday, December 3, 2010

What's a Dialoginar?

I have spoken far and wide, long and short, here and there, but I have never done a Dialoginar. Well, I am doing an amazing Dialoginar Series where I play an expert and explore some interesting Information Lifecycle Governance topics. In the near future you will see a YouTube advertisement in which I play a superhero jib jab bobble head and tell you all the fun facts about the Dialoginars. BTW- a bobble head is perfect role for me. The Dialoginar is a great way to learn and have fun while doing it. So, bring your lunch, bring your friends, bring your coworkers, but leave your bad attitude in your cubicle. A Dialoginar tastes great and it's less filling. Can I say that or will that cause a problem with my favorite Wisconsin brewer?

Topics that will be discussed in the initial Dialoginar Series are:

Content Analytics Compliance refers to the text analytics process plus the ability to visually identify and explore trends, patterns, and statistically relevant facts found in various types of content spread across internal and external content sources.

Defensible Disposal – How do companies develop the policy rules to defensibly dispose of information? The only way to purge content is to dispose of it pursuant to written retention policies which take into consideration business needs, legal requirements and legal considerations like statues of limitations.

Information Lifecycle Governance is a way of managing information over time with the necessary controls to advance good business practices. ILG encompasses policies, processes, practices, and technology used to manage information throughout its life starting with creation and ending with proper disposal.

These are just a few of the topics to be discussed in a series of quirky “Dialoginars” to be presented by Randy Kahn and IBM. Prepare to be educated and entertained in a unique approach to the discussions of everything Information Governance. Keep your eyes open for upcoming dates and times!


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