Show to put spotlight on info management issues

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Show to put spotlight on info management issues

John Kavanagh

Although virtually all IT managers believe information management is important to their organisation less than 50% understand the regulations and legislation this encompasses.

That was one finding from a survey of 119 IT professionals conducted by Documation UK, an event being run by Computer Weekly's sister organisation Reed Exhibitions on 12-13 October.

The survey found that many organisations still have much progress to make in the area of information management, with 44%  lacking a document and information management strategy. Moreover, 20% of organisations surveyed said they hold more than 60% of their company information only on paper.

Documation UK focuses on products and services aimed at ensuring effective information, content and document management. In addition to a product showcase, the event will include presentations from analysts, consultants and suppliers.

According to the survey, the top four information management issues are:

  • Rapid document retrieval
  • Ensuring effective collaboration between different departments on joint documents
  • Consolidation
  • Information security.

Documation has been spun off from Storage Expo, the UK's main annual data storage event, which this year has keynote presentations from high-profile IT users to accompany the exhibition. Speakers come from Friends Provident, RWE npower, Ordnance Survey, Lilly, Credit Suisse First Boston, Abbey and the Royal Borough of Kingston.

More information on Documation UK

www.documation-uk.com

More information on Storage Expo

www.storage-expo.com


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