2017 for me is about self-care.  That involves getting back to physically (working out) and intellectually (being on top of  InfoGov news and finishing the CRM process).  Part of self-care includes getting back to semi-regular blog posts which includes (near) daily roundup of some of my favorite InfoGov links around the web.  Without further adieu:

Beating Back The Creeping Tyranny of Big Data

“There is obviously huge potential for the big-data revolution to achieve good things. But technology can be used for good or bad; there’s always a moral side to its use. We need to push for more technology that protects privacy, and makes data work for individuals as well as private companies.”

Digital Workplace Starts With Culture

“A digital workplace is a reflection of more than just an organization’s technical choices, it’s deeply reflective of the culture of that organization. In order to drive change, it is necessary to leverage culture, take strategic choices and plan. ”

Informaton Professionals: Where We Came From and Where We Are Going

“We have moved into a world in which usability is EVERYTHING. Even individual users can implement their own enterprise-like solutions, and if we try to get in their way they will do it anyway.”

The Presidential Records Management Directive, M-12-18 and the DoD 5015.2 Standard

“Simply put, no agency is going to be able to implement an enterprise-wide records management solution that is DoD 5015.2 compliant and effectively manages permanent records from their creation to their final transfer to the National Archives.”

4 Cybersecurity Conversations Professional Services Firms Need To Have Right Now

“ACCORDING TO MCAFEE, THERE ARE 316 NEW THREATS EVERY MINUTE, OR MORE THAN 5 EVERY SECOND.”

 

 

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