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Parthasarathi Jayapathi | November 14, 2016
Information governance (IG) is the set of multi-disciplinary structures, policies, procedures, processes, and controls implemented to manage information at an enterprise level, supporting an organization's immediate and future regulatory, legal, risk, environmental, and operational requirements. It is a holistic approach to manage, improve, and leverage information to increase an organization... + continue reading
Ronald Zurawski | November 10, 2016
Last time, we set up Basic User access to IGC. This week, let’s get into IGC and demonstrate the process of setting up a category and a term. There are three methods for loading Categories and Terms, and we will go through two of them in this segment. The first method is manual. With this method, you are typing in or copying and pasting information. Manual is useful if you have a small... + continue reading
Ronald Zurawski | November 3, 2016
Last time, we introduced IGC and getting access to the Launchpad. In this post, we will take a look at the permissions needed to use the software and briefly run through setting up access for a basic user. The Information Server suite has the standard permissions from users to administrators across the different tools. Here is IBM's documentation explaining the different... + continue reading
Joel Krishnan | November 2, 2016
Over the past few years, IBM Smarter Process has helped organizations become more customer-centric and weather away at operational challenges in an ever-changing business environment. Where processes are reinvented to be optimized and effective, the 360-degree inherent feedback mechanism has been insightful. In this article, I would like to focus on some add-ons which, when augmented with... + continue reading
Joel Krishnan | November 2, 2016
Today’s IT leaders assess the value of any offering based on multiple factors—though not restricted to performance, customer service, security, and ease of migration in addition to cost. Over the last few years, I have met lot of customers who are very excited about the BPM on Cloud offering, but are not fully bought in to the idea of moving their applications to the cloud due to... + continue reading
Joel Krishnan | November 1, 2016
In today’s dynamic business environment, organizations need to be agile and flexible so they’re ready to respond to whatever challenges come their way. BPM can help organizations become more agile and able to face those challenges. By using BPM, we not only improve current processes, but also build and deploy new capabilities and improve Return on Investment (ROI). An agile and... + continue reading