Explores Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) in data storage, and in the need to comply with regulations in businesses. Information has become a asset to business, and collecting, storing, and retrieving information is difficult. This book presents a stream of technology processes that have bridged and encompassed a number of technology generations.
The evolution of ILM - what are its roots, what stages has it gone through and what it is today?; Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) - isn't it just like Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM)...old wine in a new bottle?; Understanding ILM's role in Regulatory Compliance; How does ILM intersect with technology and process in our current business environment?; Applying ILM to your business; Disciplines of ILM; Why ILM has become mainstream technology; Finding the Return on Investment (ROI) in ILM; Demonstrating the value proposition; What kinds of considerations are necessary when implementing ILM?; Organizational change...how ILM impacts change; How ILM applies to managing both structured and unstructured data and why this is vitally important; The future of ILM.
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Stephen R. Kass is a management consultant with over 30 years experience in management of technology projects, with special expertise in systems implementation, Information Lifecycle Management including Regulatory Compliance, and document/content/knowledge management systems. In recent years he has led teams of project management at JPMorganChase and IBM Global Services. Steve has also worked as a senior consultant for NYC Board of Education, GE Capital, United Technologies, Cendant, Merck, Medco and numerous other firms. Steve is currently Program Manager of the Project Management Institute New York Chapter, and is also an officer of the Association of Imaging and Information Management (AIIM) and former Vice Chair of AIIM's Professional Advisory Council to the International Board, and numerous other positions.