Information Management and Delivery

Information Management and Delivery

Within this area, we look at ways of storing, managing and exploiting business data efficiently, effectively and securely. We also take an active interest in search technologies and business intelligence, as well as high-end analytics and 'big data'. But it's not only about the technology itself: data governance and other non-IT aspects for managing and using data are a key area of focus.

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Cloud and Storage

The way ahead?

Inside Track published May 2011

The other enterprise desktop

Webcast with Andrew Buss

Presentation/Webcast delivered May 2011

Visualisation into action

Webcast with Tony Lock

Presentation/Webcast delivered March 2011

Lessons from the library: Behind the UK’s web archive

Dale Vile, originally published on Computer Weekly

Column/Blog Post published March 2011

Intelligent cacheing for optimised storage

Andrew Buss, originally published on SNS UK

Column/Blog Post published January 2011

Why does information management matter?

Webcast with Andrew Buss

Presentation/Webcast delivered December 2010

BI 2010 – the state of play

Balancing information management with delivery

Report/Paper published June 2010

Putting ’I’ back in ’CIO’

Dale Vile, originally published on CIO

Column/Blog Post published June 2010

Resurrecting old jargon. BI versus decision support?

Dale Vile, originally published on The Register

Column/Blog Post published June 2010

Information versus the silos

Martin Atherton, originally published on The Register

Column/Blog Post published May 2010

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