Cynthia Shamel Maximise your return on information investments with an information audit
Jinfo Article

12th June 2012

By Cynthia Shamel

Abstract

While the phrase "information audit" has risen and fallen in popularity, the need has remained steady if not grown. Most enterprises can benefit from an information audit, looking closely at how workers acquire, store, locate, share and use information. Done well, the process will identify opportunities to increase information access, save time, save money, or some combination of the three.

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