•  

Overcoming Capability Gaps in Information Transparency, Knowledge Management, and Records Management

A session at SharePoint Fest - D.C. 2015

  • David McBarron

Friday 10th April, 2015

9:55am to 11:05am (EST)

Information Management, Knowledge Management, and Records Management platforms are, at the end of the day, are used to accomplish a variety of objectives defined by leadership. During the acquisition process of these platforms, considerations of human behavior are not typically taken into account, and as a result the enterprise experiences ineffective Information Management, Knowledge Management, and Records Management at a very high cost to the enterprise.

This informative session will address:
Lack of Information Transparency (FOIA and eDiscovery)
Non-Compliance with Records Management Policies
Increasing volume of Unplanned Data Exposure Events

Join us for this session to understand why non-compliance with records management policies, lack of metadata for improving search, and increasing volumes of data exposure events are directly related to insufficient metadata and how you can overcome these challenges.

About the speaker

This person is speaking at this event.
David McBarron

Principal Consultant for Concept Searching, Inc.

David McBarron is a Principal Consultant for Concept Searching, Inc. With over 25 years of IT experience, Dave is responsible for pioneering work in cloud computing, big data, and SharePoint and Office 365 adoption. Dave served as a database administrator on the Human Genome project and developed several key data acquisition systems for the NASA ground network. He currently provides consulting, expertise, and technical experience on large SharePoint and Office 365 deployments with an emphasis on metadata generation and taxonomic classifications.

Sign in to add slides, notes or videos to this session

Tell your friends!

When

Time 9:55am11:05am EST

Date Fri 10th April 2015

Session Hash Tag

#spfestdc_bv201

Short URL

lanyrd.com/sdhxzt

View the schedule

Share

See something wrong?

Report an issue with this session