What does high-value content look like?
Not all information is alike.
How do we measure the value of information? Should all information be given the same value? Should some information be given special treatment? How do we decide which information is important, or high-value? At Precision Content we think about this stuff — infonomics — a lot; probably too much.
To help us explore this topic, Precision Content has partnered with AIIM’s Chief Evangelist, John Mancini to write a new tip sheet.
What’s the tip sheet about?
We have a tendency in this space to just call all of the non-data stuff in our organizations “unstructured information” or “content” and then set up the task of “managing” this great amorphous beast. The reality, of course, is much more complicated.
Download the tip sheet now and learn the five characteristics that define high-value content.
AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) is the global community of information professionals. Their mission is to help you and your organization survive and thrive in the era of Information Chaos by solving your key business problems.