Tag: global information 15

  • Balancing Act

    Think Globally, But Act Locally with Information Management

    How is globalization changing the world of information management? Ask me again in a few years. Most organizations don't even know how to manage information at a local scale, finding managing information in organizations of only a few hundred people a challenge.

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  • 1964 Love

    Metadata Is a Love Note to the Future

    We are living in a data-driven society, with globalized economies and ubiquitous access to everything from everywhere. Across information gateways such as websites, file shares, instant messaging and collaboration systems both in the cloud and on premises, data is free-flowing within and outside an organization’s walls.

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  • Tourist Map

    Beware of False Friends: Challenges of Multilingual Search

    When a multinational organization states that its corporate language is English, it is deluding itself. And worse, it is doing an injustice to all of its non-native English speaking employees.

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  • man juggling clubs

    Juggling the Big 3 of Multilingual Content

    Businesses today are global by nature. We live in a time where customers around the world can find companies anytime, anywhere in a matter of seconds via the Internet. If you have a corporate website, you’re reaching people in other countries without even trying.

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  • World's Fair Flushing Queens

    Information Management on a Global Scale

    Globalization is awesome for a small business like mine. I can do business all over the world almost as easily as doing business locally. I don’t need to set up branch offices in various regions to conduct business. I rarely need to travel.

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  • Passport

    Your Metadata Crosses All Borders

    Regardless of where information has to live, for how long or according to what standard, using metadata to control it is a well-established and relatively inexpensive process. However, complexity and costs can rise rapidly when an organization has to expand metadata usage in multiple languages for many different locations worldwide.

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